So my friend and fellow mgoblogger and I are trying to grab some student tickets to at least one game within Yost this year. We have found 2 student tickets available for the Notre Dame game on Saturday, but they are in 2 diffferent sections. One of them is in section 15 while the other is in section 20. Section 15 is along the sides and 20 is in the endzone(?) area so I was just wondering how difficult it would be for us to sit (aka stand) together in either of these sections?
Yost Student Seating
It's not difficult at all. Usually they don't check tickets once you get into Yost. Though they have started to get someone stricter in the past year and for big games I still think you can get around it.
The earlier you get there, the easier it is to move between sections. You shouldn't have much of a problem.
If you know nothing about yost stuff and don't have friends in that section... don't try and sit in those first few rows next to the band as they're reserved for the crazies and hockey band alumni and we really don't appreciate n00bs taking our hard earned seats and ruining our fine craft of unified heckling.
Yea, I'm the short girl with the fluffy hat in the front row with the same guys I've been sitting with since I was a freshman, and we've been having problems with unenthusiastic people without season tickets taking up lots of space and being generally useless, occasionally blocking my view when they come and go for snacks IN THE MIDDLE OF PLAYS WORTH WATCHING and quickly driving me mad. And seriously, if you're in the front row and don't even stand up to dance, just gtfo before I kick you in the shins. Were you there that night where that pack of girls were basically treating it like a football game? Not fun.
However the non-obnoxious are more than welcome if they are actually willing to learn cheers, etc, like you said.
And PS if you didn't hear we should have a new flag this weekend.
I would suggest not sitting within the first six rows at center ice. Reserved for parents and family and friends of the players, and they are generally late arriving and they will get ushers to kick you out of their seats.