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Topic - Gary Stokan
A big-time bowl is also a big-time financial obligation, something Virginia fans are learning.
The matchup between South Carolina and Florida State has given the Chick-fil-A Bowl its 14th consecutive sellout.
It's sort of like starting the season with a bowl game.
"For 16 years, we've made this our goal," said Gary Stokan, president of the Chick-fil-A bowl.
Bowl president Gary Stokan said Friday that Auburn was on the verge of selling out its allotment, though the Tigers only received 16,000 tickets.