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    seating section advice

    anyone sit in sections D, F, N, or 4 that would like to give me some input. TIA.



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    Re: seating section advice

    N rocks!

    What else you want to know. It pretty much runs between the 25 and 35 on the southeast side. Maybe more like the 30 to 40.

    Been up there for 8 years or so. I'd like to be more middle (O), but that's 1000/500 seating so not really gonna happen.

    Depends on what you like. But I prefer the higher up and see the whole field with a good angle. Only bad thing is you are a little more exposed to the wind up there and the evening games you might get a good dose of a setting sun.


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    Re: seating section advice

    We used to be in 3 (4yrs.) and then 5 (last year) - loved our seats, but they've been removed for the new suites. Under the overhang and had backs. Not to mention the great people we sat by the last 5 yrs. Oh well, off to lower country for me (looking to move to 6...)



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    Re: seating section advice

    I am in section F, 10 rows up. I like it, but want to move closer to the middle. Kind of discouraging when I know the people in front of me do not donate.


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    I sit in section 4. The seats are great when the action is on the north end and still good enough when play is on the south end.



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    Re: seating section advice

    We are in D, 10th row about the 35 yd line.
    Great seats! I like them better than the lower deck because you can see the whole field and watch the plays develop.



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    Re: seating section advice

    We have two seats in Section D , Row 10 on north end of the section. Very nice seats, great view, good fans near us. We like the west side. I just don't know if we'll renew this year.....



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    Re: seating section advice

    Section N, row 11. Great seats. About the 40-45 yard line. Can see everything thats going on.


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    Re: seating section advice

    I'm going for lower deck this coming season. Both upper andlower have their advantages. Lower puts you closer to the action. Either is good



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