Stadium Seating

Submitted by Tuco on August 12th, 2011 at 4:27 PM

I am going to the SDSU game this year and can get seats in sec 1 row 15.

 

Is row 15 far enough from the field to see all of the action?

Go Blue!!!

Comments

sheepman

August 12th, 2011 at 4:29 PM ^

I was in row 15 last year and enjoyed it thoroughly. Different kind of experience, but remember the rule -

 

there are no bad seats at the Big House.

The FannMan

August 12th, 2011 at 4:35 PM ^

My season tickers are in row 16 in the corner and I love them.  You will be right at the damn 50 you lucky dog so you will be golden.  You will be behind the visitors though.

Bb011

August 12th, 2011 at 4:46 PM ^

Section 1 is great, its right on the 50 yard line.  You will see everything just fine too at row 15. Personally the optimal row (IMO) is around row 50

Zonereadstretch

August 12th, 2011 at 4:49 PM ^

Most would say rows 30-50 are ideal, but for 2 years my season tickets were Row 3 / Section 19.  I have since moved higher, but sometimes I miss the feel of being so close to the field. Being that close and due to the vantage point everyone young and/or old were on their feet majority of the game which is the way I feel it should be.  1st trip down to seats with a family member or friend was always a neat experience as they were always amazed at how close the seats were to the field. I think Section1 / Row 15 would be a great place to be on gameday.

pinkfloyd2000

August 12th, 2011 at 5:02 PM ^

Anyone else pull the trigger on these? It'll be interesting to see how those work out in our row, particularly if the people to our left and right didn't get them...and the people to their left and right did.

tbeindit

August 12th, 2011 at 9:29 PM ^

on a similar note, has anybody ever sat in section 32 in the student section?  from what i can figure out it appears to be basically in the end zone (end of the student section).  I'm quite dissappointed with the tickets and am hoping that somebody has sat there before who can say it's better than expected...

tbeindit

August 12th, 2011 at 9:55 PM ^

i am in row 29, but from the seating chart it looks like it really won't be row 29 because section32 doesn't actually extend to the field.  

Freshman year i just bought tickets randomly, but i ended up about 30 and 29 a lot, but last year i had FANTASTIC seats.  Section 26 just underneath the suites.  We were on about the 10 yard line and got shadded during the summer games.  Few rows above the block M.

tbeindit

August 12th, 2011 at 10:06 PM ^

are you sure about that?  the map shows section 31 swinging over. i mean i've never had seats in the section so i can't really comment, but i'm just wondering about how the view will be because i'm concerned it will be difficult to see the plays develop etc

iCarly fan club

August 13th, 2011 at 10:16 AM ^

So is it more or less general admission? Im an incoming grad student so i know nothing about this. Im in row 13, but if i wanna sit with someone whos in row 50 or something will anyone care? How else do students get to sit with their friends?

MGoBender

August 13th, 2011 at 10:37 AM ^

No, just move.  I can proudly say in 5 years at UM I never once sat (stood) where my ticket told me to.

I did have to deal with sorority sluts and bros who showed up near halftime and wanted "their seat" from time to time, but this was rare - maybe once a year.  Most everyone deals and enjoys the game.  Just don't be the guy that brings 5 people to an already full row, forcing people to grind each other the rest of the game.

EDIT: To more "officially" answer your question though, no it is not general admission (though should be).  You can be asked to move if someone shows up with that ticket.  Only assholes do this.  No exception.  If you've done this, you're an asshole and you should have got to the game on time.  But technically, they can do that. The times this happened to me I told them to go get the usher and I'd move.  They rarely followed up on it.

swilson

August 13th, 2011 at 3:40 PM ^

on a side note, just got my student tickets today. They are giant sized. No wonder it took longer for them to get out. They also sent a big booklet about the stadium with it.