Last Night's UCLA Vs. Stanford Game Was Empty, check out the pictures...
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Last night's UCLA Vs. Stanford game isn't really something students from either school feel like showing up for anymore these days...






(The Big Lead)
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This is why the PAC 10 sucks and shouldn’t be considered for a playoff spot. They don’t even have fan support.
Reply24 months
Stanford should just leave Div 1 sports. They have zero fan support.
Reply24 months
Thursday night+Stanford =studying
Reply24 months
Thursday night. 6pm kickoff. Two bad teams. That's the reason. Stanford has filled that stadium in prior years for big games.
Reply24 months
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Antifa must've had a road game last night.
Reply24 months
All joking aside, I can’t watch a West Coast football game on tv. Idk why it’s just not entertaining to watch.
Reply24 months
Very true it sucks cause I’m a night owl but their games aren’t something that intrigue my interest. I usually flip to a movie instead.
24 months
Would be nice to not have to stand up for every other play, you could just sit and enjoy at that game. Plus no bathroom lines. Looks fun!
Reply24 months
6pm kickoff on a weeknight with terrible traffic. Stanford starting a 3rd string QB and UCLA coming into the game 1-5. I can easily see why people had better things to do than go see that football game.
Reply24 months
Masculinity and football are on the way out on the west coast
Reply24 months
They're protesting football for toxic masculinity in Palo Alto.
Reply24 months
Can't we just get rid of the PAC1?
Reply24 months
Yet PAC-12 fans get butt hurt by the “it just means more” SEC network slogan.
Reply24 months
do they really?? do tell...
24 months
College football in the west is done.
Reply24 months
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