ya if you sat in the right spot you could hear everything.. but if u sat where i did.. in section 34.. couldnt hear crap as far as band
Iowa State: Anyone who's a true college basketball fan needs to see a game at Hilton Coliseum. Nice is in the DNA of Iowans and the fans here are particularly gracious -- even when the home team loses but gives a great effort, they are appreciative.
ESPN.com picked Hilton Coliseum as the "Hot Arena" in the Big 12...coaches in the league noted that, "regardless of talent, the Cyclones have a home court like no other."
We sat in 24 and actually wished they played a bit less, between every play there was something. They were very impressive, guessing the acoustics in the stadium weren't that good, we couldn't hear MN the whole time and they were just around the end zone from us.
"It is the nature of man to rise to greatness if greatness is expected of him." John Steinbeck
We were right next to them so we could obviously hear them. They were great, they played more in the 2nd half I think. They looked ****** when MN played Apache because I heard them practicing it before the game.
I thought the same thing and had to stop and listen for them. In Section 29, I had to work to hear them; but they were playing. I think the best place to hear either band was on the opposite side. I could hear the MN fan fine, because they were "aimed" at us.
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