There is one concern with switching back. The concealed secret trip rope would have to be re-installed on the other side. One never knows when our favorite UNLV coach might make another grand entrance.
He actually tripped over an alumni of the Marching Band who had a field pass, who just happened to be standing there. He said having the coach trip over his foot and fall on his face was one of his favorite memories of Iowa State.
Green hills for thy throne, and for crown a golden melody/Ringing in the hearts of all who bring thee love and loyalty/Dear Alma Mater, make our spirits great True and valiant like the bells of I-O-WA STATE!
Two problems with changing sides: 1. The broadcast of a game at Jack Trice would always show the visiting team on the sidelines due to the current location of the cameras. and 2. I don't see the people on the west side of the stadium reacting much to players turning around trying to pump up the crowd...
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Iowa State vs. George Mason (Diamond Head Classic)