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Whoever decided to play on another team's homefield and on a Friday is a fvcking moron and should be fired.
Pack house ladies haha 2nd rate football
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Ridiculous you play a BCS Conference CG on a weekday and can't even fill half of your stadium.
Got to be at least 18,000 people there!!!! What a crowd
This post was edited by viper 36 20 months ago
You ever been in Bay Area traffic on a Friday at five?
Fall back bumpkin, this is nothing less than poor planning.
Either that or take your chances vs the A She She in the ratings war.
"People always ask me if I wish I were bigger. I tell them no. I always wanted to be a miniature badass." Dustin Pedroia
Dang, nice run.
20 k at the game. Impressive.
USC isn't playing, am I on the right channel. TIA.
It's at Stanford. Only 14,000 total students go there.
But yeah, That would be Larry Scott, Pac-12 commish and most fans of Pac-12 teams want him gone.
I can't watch the game (or any for the next couple weeks).
Stanford got hosed on that INT return. That boy scored (and was one of the best int returns you'll see).
The Bay Area is the center is the sports universe right now.
I remember watching football games where people would laugh at a team from the SEC. I was born in the 80s too. I guess all the SEC fans on here are born in th 90s, or just have amnesia.
Nonetheless, it is poor planning to have this on a Friday night. Rain, friday night and San Fran metro traffic....not good combo for tickets.
I like Stanford's style of play.
I can't blame it on BALCO anymore either.
Even Golden State is pretty good right now...
Love that they play on campus but having on a Friday is bad.
This is what happens when Stanford hosts any game. Pac 12 had no choice but to play it at somebody's home stadium. Neutral site games would almost always draw much worse. Very few fan bases would bring enough people to fill half of a stadium, and snoozers like tonight's game or 2011's would be as empty as this one.
If you get a home team to host that has fans who give a s#!t and bring in a quality challenger (imagine if SC didn't $#!t the bed and we could kick a fg) you'd have one hell of a game. Better than anything outside of the SEC.
This post was edited by JustDuckIt 20 months ago
Papa Alonzo Harris is one happy man tonight.
Why don't they hold the Pac-12 championship game at Candlestick or where the Chargers play?
EDIT: I guess they wouldn't get enough fans to travel
This post was edited by Lesticals 20 months ago
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Why move it to a bigger stadium when they can't fill a high school one?
Steve Spurrier is a God, and Mark Richt worships him
If the acccg was moved from Charlotte we will have better attendance, but naw the commisioner has to satisfy the tobacco road crowd whose teams have not won anything since the 80s. Wait I take that back wake forest did win it a few years back when the ACC had two teams with what four losses each.
Only way that game sells out is a FSU vs Vtech game with both teams ranked high.
Its been played in three different locations, none have been successful, lol
If the new domed stadium ever happens in Vegas it would be good for this game. Driveable from the LA area where there are lots of PAC12 alums from all schools and there is always cheap flights to Vegas.
Until then, home fields is probably smart. I guarantee even with the weather, the atmosphere last night was better than it will be at the ACC game. Oregon was a packed house last season.
I thought it was a great game.
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