The cheapest flight Eyewitness News found was on United, through Denver, for $1194. But many flights will cost you a lot more than that.
It would be cheaper to drive. You'll spend about $150 for gas in a vehicle that gets an average 24 miles to the gallon. But it'll take a lot longer. Mapquest.com estimates 14 hours, 45 minutes hours by the fastest route.
Or, you could take the train, at $484 round trip. But, while it's cheaper than flying, it would take you two whole days to get there and you'd have to travel through Galesburg, Illinois.
(Update: the WSU Alumni Association has canceled this trip package) There is another option. The Wichita State Alumni Association is putting together a trip package as well. The cost so far is $950, without hotel. Once plans are finalized the cost will go up a bit to include the hotel.
"We've had over a 100 people that are interested," said Rachael Hush with the WSU Alumni Association.
Because Shockers fans know that the fans make a big difference
"It's, you know, it's our Shockers and we've got to be there to support them," said Fletcher.
And, with fan support, who knows how far the Shockers will go.
Fans hope their support will help their teams go the distance.
"If we could beat Pittsburgh, make it to that second round," said Fletcher, "who knows what could happen. Very, very exciting."
There's still room on the WSU Alumni trip. If you're interested in joining them in Salt Lake City, just contact the Alumni Association. But hurry, they leave early Thursday morning in order to get there in time for the game, which starts shortly after noon.