Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by sackman, Sep 16, 2008.
I thought these guys were supposed to travel well.
What was their allotment?
I don't know. I think it's usually around 2,500, but I could be mistaken.
I thought their allotment was around 4k for this game.
Hopefully we can sell out our allotment @WV next year.
How big is thier stadium?
i thought i read in a BDC article that for OofC games the visitors got 5k and in conference visitors got either 2,500 or 3k. i think it was in an article about the csu games future. not 100% on any of that.
Well if that's the case, traveling 4K is pretty dang good IMO....in any event it is 1000 less back woods rednecks in Boulder
I read a few posts on the Univ of N. Carolina website where some of the WVU fans bring lots of moonshine, chewing tobacco, and NASCAR gear to their games. And then I thought, don't they do the same in N. Carolina?
Yeah, but it's classy stuff! Chapel Hill is like Boulder East, but you like your weed, we like our Shine!:smile2:
I would guarantee that we do. CU fans travel well in September especially for good OOC games.
From what I've heard the UNC fans are a wine and cheese crowd, and they're also pretty indifferent towards their football program. It is also an extremely difficult school to get into as far as your typical state school goes. My son knew someone in high school who had a 4.2 GPA and he said they didn't get accepted to Chapel Hill. :wow:
:wow:They can only get 60 in there stadium. That is really small. :smile:
West Virginia version of the shocker.
Neil those people will kill ya if the Buffs win! Screw ticket allotment embrace living! Life is good :thumbsup:
We usually do...but not to many of us have the bread to Take a few days off work, pay for plane tickets, hotel and what not.
On the east coast we travel very well
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