It works out for me and the friend I am taking to this game, but does it mean we have to block out a time frame of 10am - 11pm for the remaining unannounced games (Maryland, Penn St & Wisconsin)?This is great news for the program and a majority of fans. Unfortunately, I'm one of the few that got stung by this time slot. I have a kid commitment that evening and only an 11:00 or 2:30 start was going to work for me. The good news is I may still be able to participate in the tailgating and just miss the game so it's not a total loss.
Have fun everyone. It should be an absolutely awesome atmosphere if the Gophers can take care of business this Saturday.
Agreed. I would be shocked if the Wisconsin game is anything but a 2:30pm start. Michigan-OSU is always at 11am and I highly doubt they would make it a night game that late in the year.Much of this changed in 2017 when Fox came on board. Here is an article summary discussing changes
It is pretty rare to get flexed, but take it as a compliment. I would be shocked if Maryland gets flexed. Also I believe the Big 10 is still pretty down on Night Games after Nov 1st. So enjoy this game, lets pack the bank and keep this run going. Have to take care of business 1st against IL. Need to sell out the next 4 games, the 5th will take care of itself!
I was at all 3 of those games and there were definitely a lot more open seats at the Michigan game compared to the Air Force and TCU games. Those are the only two games in TCF's history where it felt like every single seat in the entire stadium was occupied. While the Michigan game, as well as the MSU holloween game and all of the Iowa and Wisconsin games and USC and Cal games all had much better attendance than what we are used to, it definitely wasn't 100% full like it felt it was for the TCU and Air Force games.I would throw the Michigan game on Halloween in this mix.
Do you still think after Saturday's national embarrassment that it will be 40% Nebraska fans? What about if they lose to Northwestern this week?Yes and that would be really exciting if 40% were not from Nebraska.