you'd think that the team's stadium representing a state where mark mangino would be approximately average in weight would provide a bit more spateous seating??
The high dollar seats on the sides from the original stadium construction are a little more generous. The end zone construction that was added later are where they really cram you in. The width is bad enough, but it's compounded by having essentially zero leg room. If you try to sit, the person behind you will have their knees imbedded into your backside and you will do the same to the person in front of you.
One bit of advise - shell out the 3 bucks or whatever it is currently for the cheap rent-a-chair that is pictured in Dave's post #5. That way you can at least claim the center 14" or whatever it is of your seat space. Look for booths that have a supply of them just inside the stadium gates.
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