RENO - Cary Groth expects University of Nevada football fans to fill up about half of San Francisco's AT&T Park when the Wolf Pack plays Boston College in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl on Jan. 9.
"I think the University of Nevada will send over 20,000 fans," the Wolf Pack athletic director said Monday afternoon.
Groth confirmed that the University of Nevada has sold out of its allotment of 15,369 tickets to the bowl game. AT&T Park, the spring and summer home of baseball's World Series champion San Francisco Giants, has an official capacity for football of 40,184.
"We already …