Dig deep down in the reserves inside you - you will find the energy.
looks like 46,417 were at Folsom today-
NOt bad crowd for eastern washington
As a student, I thought the crowd was pretty average. Decnt crowd but I was pleasantly suprised with the student turnout. The students were able to fill all of their seating and it was fun in the 4th with the comeback and the pick 6 kind of turned it into a madhouse. I saw someone say this was their first game as a student. If this was their first game, they are going to be in for a treat when we get a really big game on the hilltop and Folsom can truly be rocking. The WVU game should be ridiculous with the blackout and it being Thursday night, and if CU stays is able to stay in it for the whole game and can put points on the board, Folsom is going to be out of control. And as always, had a great time at the game but hopefully we won't have to keep it that close.
Last edited by BuffaloScott; 09-07-2008 at 07:59 AM.
dbt's wife, by his account, REALLY liked the game - and it was suprising to her as she is not a "football fan". think of how many people there are out there that do not know how fun it is? i think we have a wealth of support that we are not tapping into.
when we know there are seats available, we should follow this weeks lead and reach out to new fans. let them in, and let them get excited about it. they will in the future scramble to lay down green to make sure they are inside in the future.
the same goes for basketball. fill that house.
My freind that attended had never want to a game before, but loved it. He is as busy as I am, but said we need to do this a couple of times a year at minimum.
I will never forget though the poor wheelchair bound handicapped person that those kind students assisted. They very carefully helped this poor young man, with the blanket covering his cold legs, to his seat in the student section. It wasn't until he was well settled in that he started serving from the pony keg hidden below the blanket. Let it not be said that CU students don't respect the handicapped.
I boo'd and have no problem with it. I don't call players out or boo players but when I feel the coaching staff hasn't done their job as I did in the first half yesterday I will boo. I had to leave at half time because yesterday was my son's birthday party, truly sorry I didn't see the second half.
Oh...and I boo'd as well...sometimes a little kick in the butt is all ya need!