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Should be something they will never forget. I took them to the Orange & White game in 2011, but it was super cold and not the same as the real deal. Pumped up to see some of the new guys play - hopefully from 2nd qtr on!
It'll be my brother's first game as well! We're both excited!
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These guys are who I was talking about...
This post was edited by davesojka 19 months ago
Sweet picture, reminds me of my 3 girls who are 10yr. and 9yr. old twins, they were all Tennessee cheerleaders for holloween, we actually made the uniforms at work and if I knew how to post pics.on here I would post some the looked just like the real deal only in youth med and youth small sizes.
You will have a blast. I live in al so we don't come to games as much as we would like to. Carried my 2 sons to bama game couple years ago. Peyton my oldest son is really quiet but when rocky top started he was screaming at the top of his lungs. It was awesome. They had never seen so much orange they loved it.
Thanks Vollogan! The mobile version of the site is a little harder for me to post pics. But, on the old laptop, there is a link to attach a pic right below the text box.
A little nugget of advise from a 51 year old man.... I still remember my first game with my dad (11/8/1969 - South Carolina). I remember him carrying me on his shoulder and buying me pennant (yeah, pennants were cool back then). I'd give anything to have my dad back to go to some more games with. Take your time, take pictures, save the ticket stubs and programs. Get pictures at the vol navy. The vol walk, etc. Frame some of these things together professionally in a collage/shadow box thing. They will remember this long after your are gone and the framed tokens from the game will provide a lifetime of memories and stories that will be told to your grand kids. Praying for you guys to have a great time!!!
This post was edited by CorkScrew 19 months ago
Yes, I still have my first ticket stub, It was a Kentucky game and it was late November, cold and raining but we had a blast. Will never forget. In fact I just took my dad to the state game, had a great time. We've got lifelong memories from Tennessee football.
Congrats. I can't wait to take my kids.
Just counted and I've been to 37 Tennessee games in total! Pretty proud of that number for being only 22! GO VOLS
We took our girls last year one was four and the other 2 to the vandy game and they loved it. We can't wait to take our youngest next year.
Nice, hope yall have a good time. They will get to see the Vols win big. Little ones dont care who the opponent is they just want their team to win. When mine was little I took her to games I was confident we would win but now that she's older I am taking her to tougher games. Planned on going to the Fl game this year but doesn't look like I will have the extra coin. Make sure you take them to the Vol walk.
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My first game was with my Dad also in 95' Georgia Game... I was 22 years old and he just divorced my mother... Re bonding moment for us... Gameday was there, believe this was the game Trailer Park Frenzy was said... Either way it was one of my favorite Vol Memories... GO VOLS!!!
Thanks for all the posts! We are gonna live it up: Vol Walk, Petros, etc. I am going to take lots of pictures too.
I am taking my little girl for her first game on Saturday, she is 6. She is so excited! We have bought UT hairbows, UT face stickers, UT necklace, and a Justin Hunter jersey. She is so excited! Plus she just lost her two front teeth this week. It should make for some great pictures.
I have taken my son every year since he was 5 who is now 11. I am taking him to the UT/Florida game next weekend (his first Florida game). It is always a great bonding experience as we talk on the drive down from Kingsport. I hope I am making great memories for them. My dad hated crowds and never took me to a game. When I was a student, I actually took him to his first game.
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