Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Idot Buff, Aug 5, 2008.
maybe on UT's website?? you could really reak havac with piss balloons then.....:lol:
I am a buddy with the biggest Longhorn fan around...sounds ridiculous, but it is true. He is unbelievably well-connected. I could get sweet tickets in the middle of their cheering section. Should I go that route, or shoot for decent tickets within the old-timer CU season ticket holders on the westside?
1st choice sounds like a sure thing, and honestly the game is not in Austin so the teasip fanbase should not be as obnoxious I would think. I know of several Ut fans I could sit at a game with and have a good time.
2nd is a gamble and it all depends on how the season plays out. If both teams are undefeated come 10/4, an alum ticket more than likely be as scarce as a virgin in a whorehouse.
I like the second choice.....we are going to kick some ass, surprise the college football establishment...
To that end, does anyone have some decent tickets in the CU section?
Get the tix from your buddy, make your way to the top of the CU student section and rock out. Theres always some older folk around, Ill even stand with ya if you bring teh booze.
edit: i said sit, that aint happening.
I guess I need to leave my 10-year old son back at the hotel, eh? Or, is this a good time to indoctrinate him? He is a big time Horn fan....
Hmmm, forgot about the whole two tix part. I would go with route #1. :thumbsup:
Sounds pretty horrible. Ever been to Memorial Stadium? Most of these D-Bags have never been out of state....
Very loyal, but they don't know any better...sort of like our fusker friends....
Time. To. Move.
Yeah, do something else but didnt realize you were with youre kid when I made the post. I wouldnt get him near the student section, unless you want him calling people ****ing **** **** cocksucking fags the days after.
Why don't you call the ticket office? single game tickets went on sale a couple days ago. You might be able to score some seats.
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