The reason they owned us is because they outnumbered us in GA. Any parts of the park where people are willing/allowed to yell, purple and gold ruled out. It's hard to bang on the bleachers to drown them out when the majority of the people have their backs against the bleachers muffling it because they are yelling for the other team.
Today's game legitimately ticked me off more than any I've experienced in the past four years. As I've gotten older, I've become a lot better at not getting overly negative, but today pissed me off.
What pisses me off the most, and it really is no contest, is the fact that LSU fans came from Louisiana to College Station and owned the weekend.
Thursday night they were about the same volume overall. Friday about the same, but maybe they were a little louder. Saturday early morning I wasn't there because I graduated at nine, but when I showed up, the section in which I've sat for the past four years had LSU fans from the first row all the way to the top. And they had their way with us this game.
It's embarrassing when people come in and flip your home field advantage. We've talked big game in the past for going to Baylor and always having more fans than them, but these people came from Louisiana. If you're an LSU fan, you should be proud of the way you traveled. If you're an Aggie fan, you should be embarrassed, because today was absolutely pathetic.
The LSU noise was impressive today. Just saying. Sounded like the game was Baton Rouge.
LSU ran a clinic on fan participation that the entire groups of Ags, including (and maybe especially) the older alumni in the reserved seats who seem to just sit at the game with casual interest, need to follow.
LSU owned us. Not cool.
Granted, there were lots of LSU fans there, but when they started the L...S....U chant you forgot we were the home team.
I would be the majority of those fans were from Houston area.
You had your normal traveling crew but Houston area fans bought those tickets months ago
I would bet the majority of those fans were from Houston area.
Tex100 - What works against the KStates isn't what will work for the SEC, particularly LSU. There will always be lots of LSU fans at College Station events. Houston has more LSU alumni than New Orleans