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Visiting from South Carolina-Oct 25

Kenneth

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So, me and a buddy are coming into town for the Trojans game. We live in Charleston, SC. I'm alumni, but he's not. Should I be looking for tickets primarily on cubuffs.com? What is the cheapest section (not counting rooftop terrace) to have access to duck indoors area if weather goes bad?

Also, my wife and I came into town in 2016. Someone from this forum was nice enough to invite us to their tailgate at Farrand Field. Would love to tailgate with some other fans!

Thanks!

Kenneth
 

ahoelsken

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So, me and a buddy are coming into town for the Trojans game. We live in Charleston, SC. I'm alumni, but he's not. Should I be looking for tickets primarily on cubuffs.com? What is the cheapest section (not counting rooftop terrace) to have access to duck indoors area if weather goes bad?

Also, my wife and I came into town in 2016. Someone from this forum was nice enough to invite us to their tailgate at Farrand Field. Would love to tailgate with some other fans!

Thanks!

Kenneth
Try stubhub for tickets. Given NU visits, there are a bunch of dumb**** Nub fans who bought 3 packs or season tickets just for tickets to that one and are practically giving away tickets to the other games they had to buy.
 
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Highlander

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So, me and a buddy are coming into town for the Trojans game. We live in Charleston, SC. I'm alumni, but he's not. Should I be looking for tickets primarily on cubuffs.com? What is the cheapest section (not counting rooftop terrace) to have access to duck indoors area if weather goes bad?

Also, my wife and I came into town in 2016. Someone from this forum was nice enough to invite us to their tailgate at Farrand Field. Would love to tailgate with some other fans!

Thanks!

Kenneth
The obligatory "They killed Kenny!"

 

DBT

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Duck inside? Come on my friend.....this is football. A game to be played and watched outdoors in all elements. Man up!
Was it the USC game a couple of years ago that had a 1 1/2 hour rain/lightning delay? Everyone headed for the concourses. At least on the east side. I’d imagine Balch filled up as well.
 

ahoelsken

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Was it the USC game a couple of years ago that had a 1 1/2 hour rain/lightning delay? Everyone headed for the concourses. At least on the east side. I’d imagine Balch filled up as well.
Oregon. I was there. Hindsight being 20/20 I'd have stayed at the Rio and drank more
 

buffalo1

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Bring your clubs and enjoy golf at altitude and sans humidity. And your hiking shoes....early morning hike above Boulder can make gameday even better.
 

Kenneth

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I worked at Boulder Country Club back in the day. Flatirons was fun to play too. If it was a longer trip I would bring my clubs, so no golf this time. Will probably just take in the sites, walk the campus, drink and eat.
 

patebuff

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Was it the USC game a couple of years ago that had a 1 1/2 hour rain/lightning delay? Everyone headed for the concourses. At least on the east side. I’d imagine Balch filled up as well.
Wrong team. That was the Oregon game
 

Bread

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Speaking of drinking more, where is a good spot on Saturday to watch college football?
I like Lazy Dog on Pearl (mostly because the owner is a big CU guy/donor so I like to support fellow Buffs) but they've got great food and a bunch of TV's. If you want a classic Boulder experience, I love Dark Horse! A bit more college heavy atmosphere but their burgers are amazing and they've got games on as well.
 
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