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I just got on the site for the third time in the past two weeks to look at season tickets, even though I live in Denver and am not in the market.
I could sit here and fantasize for hours about where in the stadium I would sit.
"When we step on that football field, everyone flips a switch. And it's on..." - Butch Jones
I've never even been to a game in Neyland, saving up some extra cash to go this year. I can't wait.
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I love z14. It is under the overhang for the most part. It can be a bit far away when they play on the other side of the field, but you can see everything like the upper deck yet you are close enough to read number on opposition uniforms well.
There are only four answers to any question: Yes, No, I don't know, or the Correct Answer.
I grew up sitting in Z11, row 42, just one seat under the overhang. My dad has had those same seats since 1979.
Wear a diaper.
It's very addicting...
Even though I have season tickets, and really don't think I'm moving seats, I still look at all the different views at least three times a month. Man I can't wait for the O&W game!
Z14 row 50 seat 6.
Well if you were at the '04 Florida game and sit within three sections of me, there's a solid chance we've hugged.
Hoping to take my dad to a game for the first time this season. We've had Titans season tickets for about 12 years now, and I've lived in knoxville for the last 22 years but just never got around to taking him for some reason. We'll end up sitting wherever I can get tickets.
This post was edited by AldermanAl 12 months ago
This Florida Game? Ha
My first Neyland game was about 30-50 seats up on an endzone while my 2nd game was in the upper decks. I loved both seats. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed the upper deck. It's true that you can see things develop so much better up there.
"Count it down with me. Five, four, three, two, one.
The national champion is clad in Big Orange!"
Wow. $38 AFTER tax. Crazy.
And yes, that game. Thank god for Dallas Baker retaliating.
I fell down three rows of bleachers and I was not drunk. Just celebrating. Neyland has not been the since. I want that back so bad.
My friend and I were talking the other night comparing stadiums and he brought something to my attention. Sitting in the upper decks in Neyland is so much better than sitting in the nosebleeds at the big house. People say that you're so far away in the big house that the view is terrible while Neyland, since it has an upper deck that goes straight up instead of one giant stadium that goes out, offers great views in all parts of the stadium.
2006 Cal was pretty nuts. The game wasn't close, but that crowd was out for blood. And honestly, 2012 UF wasn't bad at all.
Until the 3rd quarter.
I swear To this day that Neyland shook when the field goal went through.. I was sitting in section Q and i will never forget that day
This post was edited by Boomer020 12 months ago
These were my first two games. I live in Washington and my cousin has season tickets and I finally made it to a couple of games. After 30 years. Sucked we lost. But I had a blast anyway. Day game and a night.
You definitely should go I've always gone down there and scalped tickets and its an amazing experience you can get tickets for pretty cheap too if you wait right before kick off
My first game was two years ago. I wish I lived just a little closer. I'd have tickets for sure.
The whole city wanted to erupt with joy until that Driskell kid kicked us all in the pills.
I think it was like that this year against Florida. The fourth down stop was the most electric I have seen it since I was going with my father in middle school or younger and I am now 25. It's been a long time. But of course everyone knows what happened after the 4th down stop.
P.S. Please no downvotes for the rough memory.
We were going to throw down in an epic way. It was going to be the stuff of legend.
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