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Mark your calendars and purchase tickets for an exciting rivalry week

Causeway Week features luncheon presented by Pepsi, home football Classic and men’s basketball game at the Golden 1 Center

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Secure Your Seat for Men's Basketball's Game at the Golden 1 Center by Purchasing Season Tickets
DAVIS, Calif. – With rivalry week rapidly approaching, UC Davis football and men's basketball fans should purchase tickets, mark their calendars accordingly, and show their Aggie Pride at the upcoming Causeway Luncheon presented by Pepsi, the Nov. 17 home Causeway Classic and another basketball showdown hosted by the Golden 1 Center — the state-of-the-art downtown home of the Sacramento Kings.
An exciting list of events will kick-off on Nov. 15 at the Causeway Luncheon, presented by Pepsi, which will take place inside the ARC Ballroom. Since UC Davis is hosting this year's Luncheon, a sellout crowd is expected; you can reserve your seat by clicking herej and purchasing an individual ticket, or a table of eight. 
Check-in for the Luncheon will begin at 11 a.m., seating is first-come first-served unless a table is purchased. Lunch and the program, emceed by Davis Enterprise columnist Bob Dunning, will commence at 11:45 a.m. and feature UC Davis head coach Dan Hawkins, Aggie football student-athletes, Sacramento State head coach Jody Sears and his student-athletes.
Two days later (Nov. 17), UC Davis and Sacramento State will square-off in this year's 12 p.m. Causeway Classic at Aggie Stadium.
Causeway Week will continue on Tuesday, Nov. 20, when men's basketball faces the Hornets in another rivalry matchup hosted by the Golden 1 Center. UC Davis, the defending Big West champions and winners of three league titles in the last four seasons, won the first two cross-Causeway matchups held inside the home of the Sacramento Kings, and are keen on extending that streak this year.  
Purchasing men's basketball season tickets guarantees a seat inside the Golden 1 Center; a ticket for this year's Causeway basketball game is included for every seat purchased.
No. 10 UC Davis football will head to Cal Poly for Saturday's 4 p.m. Battle for the Golden Horseshoe, the first of back-to-back road games on its schedule. After facing Montana on Oct. 27, the Aggies will return home to face Northern Arizona on Nov. 3 (1 p.m. kick).
Men's basketball advanced to postseason play in three of the last four seasons, and will begin their quest for another league title, and playoff tournament appearance, starting Nov. 6 when it hosts San Francisco in the team's 7 p.m. season opener. The Aggies' inaugural homestand of the season will conclude on Friday, Nov. 9, when San Diego visits Hamilton Court (7 p.m.).
Basketball fans will have their first opportunity to watch this year's men's team in action in the back-half of an exhibition home doubleheader, slated for Nov. 1. After the back-to-back Big West champion women's team battles Cal State East Bay at 5:30, the men will take the court against Dominican at 7:30 p.m.
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