Your Last Shot At Free UH Tickets, And A Chance To Party With Sean Pendergast, Is Almost Here

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Time is running out on the chance to spend some time with blogger extraordinaire and 1560 The Game host Sean Pendergast -- with the added value of free food, drink and college hoops thrown in. (Technically, you can even enjoy the free stuff and ignore Sean all night long.)

Sean will be hosting a group at the Houston Press suite at Hofheinz Pavilion Wednesday, January 13 as the Coogs take on UTEP. This is your chance to ask him why Brian Kellywill be more successful at Notre Dame than Charlie Weis, Ty Willingham or Bob Davie. Make the man squirm.

Click here to enter, as long as you're over 21. But hurry -- we'll be picking winners tomorrow.

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