My wife and I attended a football game between Texas and TCU. The parking situation was odd. There must be a public parking area somewhere, but not knowing, this, we followed signs on the side of the road which led to residential areas. There was parking there, but it was homeowners charging for parking in their front yards. We ended up parking along the street a bit farther out. The walk wasn't too bad. The stadium itself is very nice. Being Texas fans, we were greeting very nicely by the staff at the gate, welcoming us to TCU. All the seats have back rests, which is nice. Unfortunately there was a lightning delay, which was announced, and then it proceeded to rain heavily. Knowing that thunderstorms were in the area, the staff should have been better prepared for crowd control. It took a good 15 minutes to get out of the stands, so we were soaked. I think what happened was that all the people were getting piled up with nowhere to go, so we were at a stand still for most of the time. The security and others should have been directing people where to go from the start. If there was an emergency, I don't know if we would have made it out. That being said, I hope they learned something from it. The delay lasted 3 hours, but they had the World Series on TV by the snack bar, while we were just standing around. Unfortunately, being cold and wet, we waited for the rain to let up, and had to leave the game before it restarted.
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