If the UConn game was about pomp, ceremony, and awesome, the UMass game is a chance for the Athletic Department to take the lessons for the first game in the newly reconfigured stadium to try and fix, mitigate, or adjust things that may not have gone so well the first game. My list of questions not related to the field will include:
- Was Dave Brandon serious when he said "Mic'ed band = less canned music"?
- Will the lines to get in to various sections, particularly in the southeast and southwest corners make more sense and more with more consistency?
- Will the bathroom lines be better?
- Will there be a chance to send texts from the game, or will the cell towers of Ann Arbor be rendered useless once more?
Your thoughts and hopes are appreciated!