I also don't think you can dictate who people sell their tickets to when such a market exists. I can admit I've capitalized on this opportunity for both football and basketball - if I can't go to a game and I stand the chance of recouping a substantial percentage of my outlay, I will definitely take advantage of the opportunity. Season tickets are expensive, so it's great to get a bit of a return to lessen the financial blow. This happens everywhere, it's just that at TCU, the demand for tickets is going to end up being for opposing fans versus casual or TCU fans in search of tickets. My biggest beef is when TCU tries to police this and pull the loyalty card, yet loyalty is something the institution could care less about when working with its so-called partners.