I am 6 7' and everytime Im at the big house I hit the guy in front of me with my knee ( I always apologize). What rows have the most leg room? Also what row is it when you enter into the stadium?
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They're all pretty much the same. Your best bet -may- be the lowest rows, A and B, which I think might be a touch wider than the rest, but it's all pretty standard from there.
Student Section -> When you are standing leg room isn't an issue.
You are 6'7"? Can you block? Do you have any eligibility left?
I would also settle for kicking/placeholding field goals.
We all need more keg room.
If it's one thing about the Big House I don't like, it's the lack of keg room. (Though, one time in college, the guy in the row in front of me had a case of Busch between his feet. How he got that in the stadium is a mystery that haunts me to this day.)
Aww, he went and fixed it. I'd have left it, that was a great typo...
when you're standing and cheering.
Pretty much anything in sections 26-31 will provide ample leg room. And by ample I mean you won't even be able to stand on your seat without facing sideways.
More serious though, the only seats that will help you out are going to cost many $$$. If you can afford it, I would look into getting club seats.
The row when you walk into the stadium is around 74 i believe. I sit in row 68 and I only have to go down a few stops to get to my seat.
there's actually about a 3 foot clearance behind the seats where you can lean back, stand or put your coats.
Top row, aisle seat. No one in front of you at all. Just make sure you don't drink too much, its a long way down.
My sophomore year (2002) our student tickets were actually in that last row (97). There are no seats, only numbers painted on the wall. I'm not sure if they sell these all the way around the stadium, or just in the student section though.
They were awesome seats to watch the Brabbs kick against Washington from, but terrible seats to have during the windy, rainy loss to Iowa.
In the concourse, watching it on TV, just part of the Big House.
Section 6 Row 73, I have probably double the leg room of any other row I've been in. This is the last cement row before the steel addition in section 6. I was pleasantly surprised and it was the first thing I noticed after finding my seats.
the handicap ledges, your legs dont even have to work
bad joke? neg bangs
Too soon. Wait another 23 years.
which are usually around row 75, have no one in front of them
But then you sacrifice being able to 'see' the game. I really like sitting/ standing higher up and watch the plays develop. Coaches have always impressed me by being able to tell what is going on from the sidelines.
But there are shiny new club level seats that should have plenty of leg room...anyone comment on these?
Relatively tons of room in front of you.
everyone stands up all game so you don't have to worry about leg room.
Or seats in the luxury boxes probably have some great leg room. You'll have to wait till after I win the lotto to try them out though.
Hmmm. Maybe get seats in the fancy new luxury boxes? those do have a lot more space duh.
for the U Conn game.
LOTS of leg room. (Alas - still no keg room)
Plan to go with a handicapped friend - you have unlimited room and nicer (fold up card table type) seats. And your friend will have a blast.
Get tickets for either the student section of the top so you can stand up and cheer your heart out the whole game. Doing so anywhere else would almost assure you getting hastled by those that can't see over you
I am very fortunate to have seats in the West Side Chairbacks. The first row (85) of this section has the most leg room I've seen. A VERY nice bonus.
There's plenty of room for leggy supermodels in my suite ...
... but unfortunately I keep waking up.
The drumline and tuba sections. Unfortunately you have to be in the band, and the band stands the whole time anyway.