Reasons for not going to the game Thursday.
1. Kid has school the next morning.
2. Work ends at 7:30 for wife
3. Work starts on Friday morning at 6:30 for wife.
4. No sitters
Now the excuses I can come up with if I don't attend saturdays game
I love JTS...but
I don't see us ever selling out the upper deck corners (except in big games), because for all practical purposes, they are really bad seats. If you put our seating capacity in the configuration of a completely bowled in stadium, I think we'd sell out more frequently because the atmosphere is better.
It's hard enough to feel like your voice is being heard from the upper deck student section, much less the far corners of the stadium, not to mention you are sitting at the edge of the wind tunnel. Let's face it, people want to go to football games live for the atmosphere and are going to buy seats that puts them in the middle of it. That's why JP has put so much work into improving the atmosphere this year, but IMO those seats may be a lost cause.
I've sat in the corner the past two seasons and have no complaints, except that there tend to be more 'casual fans' and opposing fans in those areas and it's not as loud. This wouldn't be an issue if more 'true fans' would fill the corners and help me yell. I definitely wouldn't mark the corners as a 'lost cause,' though.
Originally Posted by brinkch
I have seats in section S for the UNI game this year, and I'll be cheering like crazy. I'll also be with a bunch of construction engineering guys, so the whole group should be pretty loud.
Originally Posted by cyclonekj
Last year I made it to the Baylor game and got seats in section H or so. It was me and one other guy cheering, so frustrating.
Baylor, being a religious school, probably had its own problems filling a stadium Sunday afternoon. Definitely TCU fans helped them out. If I was a Colorado fan I would want my money back from my season pass. If I was a KSU fan, I would buy single game tickets to only the non conference games.