Sam says looks like MSU at Night

Submitted by scanner blue on May 15th, 2017 at 7:35 AM

I'm on board. I Work every game no matter what-- I'm home in 15 minutes no matter what ( Old West Side homeowner)-- I've got some great freebies for the kiddies at Gate 10. Hey Carl!

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evenyoubrutus

May 15th, 2017 at 8:53 AM ^

Ah, I have so many fond memories of that game. Like when we were stopped in traffic on Main trying to leave and a hoard of Sparties came by and one in particular leaned in my car and started chanting "oh, oh, six and oh" and my dad, who's the nicest human being in the world, said calmly to her "you look like a beached whale." She did, too. She was at least 350 lbs.

JonnyHintz

May 15th, 2017 at 10:23 AM ^

Yes. Incidents do happen no matter the time of day. But you're going to increase the amount of incidents when you have people tailgating and drinking from dawn until dusk. Especially when it's a party school you're playing against.

The earlier games limit the number of drunk people and limits how drunk they will be. Thus creating a much safer and more enjoyable game-day environment.

Sione For Prez

May 15th, 2017 at 9:40 AM ^

To be fair, Auburn and Alabama's campuses are nearly 3 hours from each other and the nearest major metropolitan area is Atlanta which is 2 hours from Auburn and 4 from Alabama. Those distances drastically cut down on the number of people that show up without tickets.

saveferris

May 15th, 2017 at 12:29 PM ^

I'll provide another reason.  I'm against any publicity that advances the narrative that MSU is a nationally relevant program.  Setting up a prime time slot for them against us supports that narrative.  It's all benefit for them and marginal for us.

Treat them with no respect like the 2nd tier program that they are and play them at Noon.