After hearing of the millions spent upgrading the facilities here I would have hoped that the bathrooms would be more than a few common cattle troughs and easier to get to. The logistics of getting in and out of your seat to go to concessions are terrible this is a really bad design, maybe they should have consulted a good architecture school when they built it. Oh yes, when you are walking down a ramp under the stands the spilled drinks of the people above you can rain down and drench you , so be ready to move like an I-back to avoid that.
The concessions are few and far between with few choices and it appears that they want you to purchase a plain hotdog or a 'Runza' or a slice of something from Valentino's that they called ' Pizza' from a kid with a box of them that is usually empty - if it is halftime.
I am wondering if all the good food and drinks are in the skyboxes with the big spenders?
The seating is made for people under 5 foot 10 and less than 160 pounds. You get jammed into a bleacher by the old folks in front of you with rental seats and the knees of the people in back of you in your back. If you plan on going with someone else, buy 3 seats and leave the third empty then you will just have close seating. Wear knee pads for the chair back in front of you. If you like the feeling of a train car headed to Auschwitz, you will love this place ( except everyone is in red ).
The best part of a football game here are the people and the play on the field, both are top notch - but they are not the facility. Its been 20 years since I was there and I dont plan on going back - unless maybe I can score a skybox seat where the big donors sip booze, eat steaks and are separate from the crowd...
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