Should have been 16-0, but it's definitely a step in the right direction.Heard on the radio that we are 13-2 at home this year. One thing that has been lacking for a few years is the home court advantage that the House of Paign brought, and it seems to be making a comeback.
Including Krush, there will be more than 3,000 students there on Wednesday.
No kidding. 10 pm for me. I guess I'll DVR and watch from the treadmill in the morning. It seems that there have been a lot of late games this year. Maybe it's just my perception based on getting old.
How about the SFC staff identify all section A seats that remain uninhabited in the first half and offer those seats to section C folks. They should do this *every* game. I believe that some others (Breslin?) do this. Why don't we?
This would make for the most intense atmosphere all year for the second half!
I am and always have been on board for ideas like this, but the problem is what if some of those original A-section people show up for the second half? I know it's unlikely, but I've seen people file into seats around me at halftime or even in the second half. Seems like if you had the perfect storm of a C-sectioner refusing to move from their new A-seats and an A-sectioner who's pissed at the C-setioner for sitting there it'd be a logistical nightmare.
Instead I would suggest lowering the price on A-section seats that remain unsold a few hours before the game. For instance, I looked at the "pick my seat" feature yesterday about an hour and a half before the Northwestern game, and there rows upon rows of A-section seats that were available. Trouble is, at $51.00 a seat plus a $13.00 "service charge," who wants to pay upwards of $115 for last-minute seats? Offer them at a lower price or even for FREE to C-sectioners because then there's the guarauntee that no one else will be seating in them. If you offer people A-section seats that could potentially already be occupied, it could be a mess.
Heard on the radio that we are 13-2 at home this year. One thing that has been lacking for a few years is the home court advantage that the House of Paign brought, and it seems to be making a comeback.