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Wind
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Member since Nov 2016
692 posts

Watching the game on TV is just better
Sure some will disagree but for the most part the experience of attending the game in person is ludicrously expensive and filled with so much inconvenience.

The other "fans" (aka you aka the rant) only make it worse. You're all awful.

How is LSU (and college football) going to bring fans back into the stadium and on campus for game day?
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SammyTiger
LSU Fan
New Orleans, LA
Member since Feb 2009
20768 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
For a big game, no way.

Absolutely not.


The Truth 34
Los Angeles Dodgers Fan
Member since May 2010
31946 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
I'll be going to games until I'm dead. Way better than tv.


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I-H8-BAMA
Troy Fan
Benton, Louisiana
Member since Jan 2013
7023 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
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You're all awful. 




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BayouBengal99
LSU Fan
Crowley
Member since Oct 2007
5101 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
Fake news...


Abe1961
Member since Oct 2014
728 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
No doubt


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Beessnax
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2015
1739 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
I'm with you.... So much better at home.


Bengal26
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2014
976 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
Well, I feel that if you're a true fan, there's nothing better than the feeling of being in that stadium with 100,000 of your closest friends on Saturday nights!


Abe1961
Member since Oct 2014
728 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
Doesn't take 12 hours
Eat when you want
No bathroom lines
Air conditioner
Comfortable seating


burdman
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2007
11062 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
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You're all awful


Don't know about the rest of your post, but I upvoted on this alone.


Odysseus32
LSU Fan
Alexandria, LA
Member since Dec 2009
1168 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
I get that it's more comfortable. But I think the true magic is when you go and see a game live that knocks your socks off. I was at 07 Arkansas. I will never forget that. Ever. If I watched it on TV it wouldn't be nearly as memorable. It was my first LSU game and one of the best games of the year in a year of crazy shite.

I was at '10 Tennessee. Again I didn't expect that. That was an entertaining game all the way through. I think the 2nd LSU play JJ took it up the middle for 70 yards? I wouldn't remember it that specifically if I hadn't been there. And the ending. Oh my god I've never seen a legit mob until then. People were fricking fuming. And then the finale. It's just different than watching at home.


Bayou_Tiger_225
Member since Mar 2016
971 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
I'm guessing you weren't in the stadium for '03 UGA or '07 Florida and Auburn. Anyone who says those games were better on TV is a liar. Now for the OCC games watching it on TV may be more convenient. However nothing beats Saturday Night in Death Valley against a good opponent. Home openers still give me chills.


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Wind Rivers Tiger
LSU Fan
Wyoming
Member since Sep 2011
740 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
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How is LSU (and college football) going to bring fans back into the stadium and on campus for game day?


End piped in music.


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cforester821
LSU Fan
Member since Jun 2014
1191 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
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Doesn't take 12 hours Eat when you want No bathroom lines Air conditioner Comfortable seati


The atmosphere
Watching the band come down the hill
Callin' Baton Rouge
Pregame band routine
Doing the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd down cheers(yes I'm a grown man)
Screaming your lungs out on defense
Yelling out T-I-G-E-R-S after a TD
Being able to see the full field to see the play develop



knuckleballer
LSU Fan
Myrtle Beach, SC
Member since Jul 2012
820 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
Advertising pollution, the pipe-ed in music, and the OCD ribbon board have diminished the experience enormously for me. I feel like a captive being being force fed, vs letting me largely determine my own experience. Big conference games are all I do in person anymore.
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Wind
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2016
692 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
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quote:
You're all awful


Don't know about the rest of your post, but I upvoted on this alone.




I'm glad that some people were able to read between the lines to see my true purpose for this post. The rest is window dressing.


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dukke v
LSU Fan
PLUTO
Member since Jul 2006
156572 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
I agree..............


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wilceaux
LSU Fan
Austin, TX
Member since Apr 2004
9776 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
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Callin' Baton Rouge




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LSU GrandDad
LSU Fan
houston, texas
Member since Jun 2009
19006 posts
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re: Watching the game on TV is just better
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Doesn't take 12 hours Eat when you want No bathroom lines Air conditioner Comfortable seating


you're a pussy. one day, when you're old and feeble you will not be able to attend functions. you will be trapped. now, you do that voluntarily.

"virtual reality" vs reality.


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Goldrush25
Washington Fan
San Diego, CA
Member since Oct 2012
14196 posts

re: Watching the game on TV is just better
Unless you have some killer seats, I agree.

The in-game experience is one that everyone should check off their bucket list. But the presentation on TV is eons ahead of what it used to be back in the day. I'd take my TV in my living room every day over most seats.


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