You are not tracking. Just because NU filled Folsom with red, it is no reason to talk smack about other schools and their fans. It is college football, not logic class.Lots of good national coverage of the game (Staples, Forde, Feldman, etc). And always a - deserved - dig at CU fans.
sure hope you stiffed the wait person and didn't leave a tipSecond this. Some of their traditions are a little out there.....but they're really, really cool people.
Best experience: Kind of surprised Kansas State hasn't made this list. I was out there in 1999. Very friendly people-generous with their food/tailgates. We lost that day, but the experience was awesome altogether, and they were more than classy (and very happy to point us in the direction of a good place to eat afterwards). That's a road trip I'd definitely make again when we play out there again in 2028 IIRC.
Worst: Rammie fan has to be on here for me-Went to a BYU-CSU game in college with a kid I went to high school with (and I told my Mormon friend I'd be more than happy to wear BYU gear if he wanted that day) and they gave it to us like none other. They suck when we play 'em, too. Took a girl I had been off and on with for a while to MacIntyre's first game as HC here, and she wanted to meet with some Rammie friends of hers to tailgate. I was claid in CU gear, and they treated me like I had the ****ing plague.
Fusker tends to be worse when they're here-but they were salty after LY (had to ask six times for basic things like drinks and salt and pepper from the restaurant we were at). Was sitting in the visitor section at Folsom (my buddy got these tickets) for Bill Callahan's finale in 2007. They were regaling me of stories of them being hit with piss balloons, nails, and batteries....having their cars keyed (basically Fusker being Fusker).....and then they started making fun of D2 and staff for three quarters (can't blame them there). The fourth quarter happens-and I remember spending the last 10 minutes GUSHING loudly about how great I think Callahan is and how they should extend him.....that was fun. No fanbase is more fun to mock.
Good to know, I'm definitely planning on going down there for next year's gameI've always had great experiences going to CU vs aTm. Now there's an actual classy fanbase. Never had to buy a drink either weekend I was in College Station. They may be a weird cult, but they're a hospitably one.
Unsolicited Gator-out-of-nowhere: Can confirm. Tallahassee and FSU are pretty rough/trashy.Tallahassee had some serious ‘roid filled frat assholes raging before the FSU game in 2003. I was semi-concerned for my safety before the game walking to the stadium as those jokers were out of their minds screaming profanity laced insults with intensity that is uncommon. They crushed us so badly, they just laughed at us that night at the bars, but honestly, I expect it was a totally different demographic. I’m sure those frat boys just went back to their house and partied there. Or passed out.
I’ve only done the UF/FSU versions.I went to the CU/FSU match-up years ago in Tallahassee. It was off the chart fun. I could see how it might get a bit dicey if FSU was playing Miami/Florida or higher powered SEC team. But the crowd was very gracious to us Buff fans.
Ever consider it was your attire? The "Homeless Dereliquet" school of fashion?Stanford tailgates are not football tailgates. They are white tablecloth, white sweater draped over the shoulder, white wine sipping with a dangling pinky affairs.
God forbid you toss a football around or wear a school shirt or show any enthusiasm about football or your get the “you are droll” eye roll.