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|5 years 19 weeks ago||Traffic||
Oh, and Bloomington traffic is much like AA traffic; they are not big into people actually getting into the town. There is a decent highway to Bloomington from Indy but after that the roads cannot handle a game-day rush. But it could be much worse (State College, I'm looking at you...).
|5 years 19 weeks ago||I just bought my tickets to UM-IU today||
I have been to each of the past few times UM has played in Bloomington. (I live in southern Indiana and don't get up to home games that often.) To get tickets just get the IU ticket phone number from their website, the gal that helped me with my order was quite kind and helpful. When I told her which game I wanted she asked "Are you a Michigan fan?" When I replied yes she said, "I can put you close to their section if you want." I will be in the next section over.
The other times I have been to Bloomington the crowd has been fine and there have been thousands of Michigan fans there. Also, Memorial Stadium isn't huge and so all the seats have a pretty good view. People at IU aren't really that big into football for the most part and one can tell that from the atmosphere; the ambiance is not bad but it is not crazy awesome either.
I don't think it has ever been a sellout when I have been there so you may just want to buy the tickets the day of the game.