Published: Thursday, Nov. 29 2012 12:00 a.m. MST
You are absolutely right.
Although I can understand your found remembrances of students front and center
(ok just last season), this one game is a silly example to use. It was
Thanksgiving Break. Students were out of town.The reason the
students who attended were there was to cheer on Jabari Parker who was there on
his recruiting visit.Having the students behind the visitors basket
in the 2nd half will be an awesome home court advantage. The silly signs and
pictures they waive during free throws and at crunch time are fun, and will be
Absolutely right! Irrefutable logic! Just look around the country for proof.
I respectfully but wholeheartedly disagree with the author of this letter. And I
say this as an alumnus. Zoobies SHOULD be hidden. They are neither better seen
nor heard. There is nothing more pathetic than poor college students. Why do you
want to relive the agony of college (or what you call the glory days) by
mingling with or looking at/hearing a bunch of hooligan college students? I am
so grateful that I am no longer one of them, and when I go to a game or watch
one on TV, I don't need to be reminded how grateful.
The upper bowl was sold-out because tickets were $2 for bench seats and $4 for
chair seats during the holiday break.
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