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All these games are televised. Cost 0. Close to the beer and bathroom priceless
Being from the South (ALABAMA) I'm a HUGE College Football Fan (Especially SEC) ROLL TIDE! Can't wait for Season to Start (Aug 31st)!!!! I realize you guys from the North enjoy your Professional Sports-whether it's NFL, NBA or whatever and that's great! I love HOCKEY too, we just don't get much of it here! (SHAME)
I 100% don't agree with paying any college player especially those on scholarship who have the privilege to dress out each week and wear that uniform-no matter the University! They all need to abide by the NO PASS NO PLAY, but I know that is just not ever going to happen. (SAD FOR THOSE PLAYERS WHO MOVE ON, never make to NFL & can't read or write)
NEVER would I pay the ridiculous prices seen in these slides for any seat in ANY stadium-no matter the game!!! I have the best seat in the world and that's in the comfort of my own home with a 60" Flat screen with surround sound, all the free food/drink I want, plus 2 bathrooms with NO WAITING!
Robin1620-you have to be a MINORITY in your opinion of College sports. It's these Stadiums that bring in Millions of dollars in funding for these schools that allow them to offer scholarships to kids who would never otherwise be able to attend. As for the Pro Stadiums, they bring in Revenue to cities that have them and offer entertainment for those who enjoy watching GROWN MEN hit each other. I don't like Pro Football, but I can appreciate the sport and understand why these guys enjoy the game.
Let's get ready America, football season is almost HERE!
would pay these
for something that
offers nothing to life itself!
It doesn't take much to get many people addicted to things and to brainwash them that these things are really "cool": alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, TV, movies, coffee, the kardashians, bieber, sports and on and on. And the sports propaganda machine is constantly on, pushing, pushing... advertising at you from birth. They are even in our schools, reinforcing, working, constantly telling how great and important the players are for being good at sports. I'm not surprised to see that many of you have bought into the bull.
It says a lot about these schools that the alumni can afford these tickets.
I should have gone to Notre Dame. Apparently they are all loaded.
Author missed Ohio State @ Michigan. Top ticket is $2,500, lowest is $200.00.
it was money well spent! you spend more than 50 bucks on a freaking ticket to any sporting event
or concert your nuts! i love college football but i'll watch it on tv which is already too expensive. i'm
a Saints fan but i won't spend money to watch them play. these schools and pro teams are laughing
at people! when does the increases stop? when people stand up to these people and big govt and
say stop the spending stop the waste and fraud and abuse first before raising prices and taxes then
maybe this country can begin to resemble america again and not some progressive socialist nation!
it's funny the so called 'poor' and 'broke' can find money on football games vacations flat screen tvs
new cars iphones video games but complain they can't buy food clothes gas etc....i'm proud of
myself for spending my money on my cat then wasting on crap like football tickets etc.. the left
wing media and govt has brainwashed people into living in a material world! grow up people!
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