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    Does anyone know what this is? I had never seen it until now. And now I wish I had never seen it.

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    I thought it was cute. And the woman looks like Uma.

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    Nerdiness aside, I am really glad that BYU is trying to up the ante.

    Having the band play at the Cougar 45 minutes before the game is a good start. It is the wrong execution, but it is a good start. If I were in charge I think I would encourage everyone to tailgate everywhere, but especially up on campus on the main quad area. Easy access to bookstore (increased sales). Band can perform an hour or so before kickoff at BY statue. Everyone can follow the band down to the stadium as the band plays various cadence beats.
    Also, encourage people to tailgate all day, not 2.5 hours before kickoff. And certainly not in the freaking parking lot west of the stadium.

    The kickoff "Go Cougars" is a good idea.

    The added band/fan participation after first downs is a good idea

    Overall, this is the right idea. We need more of this stuff and it needs to continue to get better. I think it will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    Nerdiness aside, I am really glad that BYU is trying to up the ante.

    Having the band play at the Cougar 45 minutes before the game is a good start. It is the wrong execution, but it is a good start. If I were in charge I think I would encourage everyone to tailgate everywhere, but especially up on campus on the main quad area. Easy access to bookstore (increased sales). Band can perform an hour or so before kickoff at BY statue. Everyone can follow the band down to the stadium as the band plays various cadence beats.
    Also, encourage people to tailgate all day, not 2.5 hours before kickoff. And certainly not in the freaking parking lot west of the stadium.

    The kickoff "Go Cougars" is a good idea.

    The added band/fan participation after first downs is a good idea

    Overall, this is the right idea. We need more of this stuff and it needs to continue to get better. I think it will.
    The 2 minutes of just singing "don't stop believing" was very bizarre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveCoug View Post
    The 2 minutes of just singing "don't stop believing" was very bizarre.
    note that I left that out of my review.

    I might have to take a pass on that. Some things are best left to the CUSS..Cougar United Student Section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    Nerdiness aside, I am really glad that BYU is trying to up the ante.

    Having the band play at the Cougar 45 minutes before the game is a good start. It is the wrong execution, but it is a good start. If I were in charge I think I would encourage everyone to tailgate everywhere, but especially up on campus on the main quad area. Easy access to bookstore (increased sales). Band can perform an hour or so before kickoff at BY statue. Everyone can follow the band down to the stadium as the band plays various cadence beats.
    Also, encourage people to tailgate all day, not 2.5 hours before kickoff. And certainly not in the freaking parking lot west of the stadium.

    The kickoff "Go Cougars" is a good idea.

    The added band/fan participation after first downs is a good idea

    Overall, this is the right idea. We need more of this stuff and it needs to continue to get better. I think it will.
    I think it's great that they are trying. But the whole thing strikes me as distinctly Mormon. A heavily correlated "fan playbook". Complete with choreography and prescribed way of doing things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    If I were in charge I think I would encourage everyone to tailgate everywhere, but especially up on campus on the main quad area. Easy access to bookstore (increased sales). Band can perform an hour or so before kickoff at BY statue. Everyone can follow the band down to the stadium as the band plays various cadence beats.

    Also, encourage people to tailgate all day, not 2.5 hours before kickoff. And certainly not in the freaking parking lot west of the stadium.
    Wouldn't that result in untidiness on campus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    Nerdiness aside, I am really glad that BYU is trying to up the ante.

    Having the band play at the Cougar 45 minutes before the game is a good start. It is the wrong execution, but it is a good start. If I were in charge I think I would encourage everyone to tailgate everywhere, but especially up on campus on the main quad area. Easy access to bookstore (increased sales). Band can perform an hour or so before kickoff at BY statue. Everyone can follow the band down to the stadium as the band plays various cadence beats.
    Also, encourage people to tailgate all day, not 2.5 hours before kickoff. And certainly not in the freaking parking lot west of the stadium.

    The kickoff "Go Cougars" is a good idea.

    The added band/fan participation after first downs is a good idea

    Overall, this is the right idea. We need more of this stuff and it needs to continue to get better. I think it will.
    so you're saying that they should make the quad into the grove. hmm, while I like the idea, I don't think it would work with the library being just below it. the nerds would complain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveCoug View Post
    The 2 minutes of just singing "don't stop believing" was very bizarre.
    the whole thing was very bizarre. I tend to agree w/ FM
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    Quote Originally Posted by LA Ute View Post
    Wouldn't that result in untidiness on campus?
    Not to mention dead grass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by falafel View Post
    Not to mention dead grass.
    cougars don't cut corners.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    Does anyone know what this is? I had never seen it until now. And now I wish I had never seen it.

    [YOUTUBE]VfCy_t4BH9Y[/YOUTUBE]

    There are all sorts of weird BYU videos on Youtube.


    is right. We are so dorky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
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    I wonder when this was made. The parking lot footage is so 1985.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pellegrino View Post
    so you're saying that they should make the quad into the grove. hmm, while I like the idea, I don't think it would work with the library being just below it. the nerds would complain.
    I'm saying we should tailgate on campus like many other schools. And that it would be convenient to be near the bookstore and would likely increase foot traffic and game day sales. Not sure what that has to do with the Grove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
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    When I was at BYU, people would pay $25 to get on the waiting list at Wyview, even if they weren't married or dating anyone.

    Are they having trouble getting people to move there now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    I'm saying we should tailgate on campus like many other schools. And that it would be convenient to be near the bookstore and would likely increase foot traffic and game day sales. Not sure what that has to do with the Grove.
    Every campus I've been a part of or been to (which I'll admit doesn't go beyond 15 or so) had tailgaiting really close or right next to the stadium, usually in stadium parking lots. It seems to me that Ole Miss is an exception in that the Grove is more in the heart of campus and not right next to the stadium.

    I think it would be cool if BYU had more game day festivities on campus, but I don't think people would go for it because they're all sticks in the mud. It seems the administration doesn't want people tailgaiting anyways, and if they do then it should begin no more than two hours before kickoff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pellegrino View Post
    Every campus I've been a part of or been to (which I'll admit doesn't go beyond 15 or so) had tailgaiting really close or right next to the stadium, usually in stadium parking lots. It seems to me that Ole Miss is an exception in that the Grove is more in the heart of campus and not right next to the stadium.

    I think it would be cool if BYU had more game day festivities on campus, but I don't think people would go for it because they're all sticks in the mud. It seems the administration doesn't want people tailgaiting anyways, and if they do then it should begin no more than two hours before kickoff.
    USC is on campus.

    The Luckeyes tailgate on campus and off campus but pretty much everywhere except right next to the stadium.

    Notre Dame puts all of their game day stuff on campus, right on the quad area (the drunkards cook wieners in the parking lot, but when have you ever heard someone tell you to visit the parking lot when going to a Notre Dame game?).

    Florida State tailgates on campus. I spent my entire day walking around the campus, almost none of it walking through the stadium parking lot.

    Are you seeing the trend? These schools, that seem to know a thing or two about college football, all share in this thing called tradition, with an alumni base that has a close connection to the school, the band, the mascot, and the campus.

    I agree that BYU is a stick in the mud, but there is a clear pattern amongst schools that do it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LA Ute View Post
    Wouldn't that result in untidiness on campus?
    The grass is sacred at byu. COUGARS DON"T CUT CORNERS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripletDaddy View Post
    USC is on campus.

    The Luckeyes tailgate on campus and off campus but pretty much everywhere except right next to the stadium.

    Notre Dame puts all of their game day stuff on campus, right on the quad area (the drunkards cook wieners in the parking lot, but when have you ever heard someone tell you to visit the parking lot when going to a Notre Dame game?).

    Florida State tailgates on campus. I spent my entire day walking around the campus, almost none of it walking through the stadium parking lot.

    Are you seeing the trend? These schools, that seem to know a thing or two about college football, all share in this thing called tradition, with an alumni base that has a close connection to the school, the band, the mascot, and the campus.

    I agree that BYU is a stick in the mud, but there is a clear pattern amongst schools that do it right.
    exactly! Having the traditions on campus allows for visitors to get a feel for the University and also provides an opportunity to truly "host" those attending the game. The band playing on campus before the game would be sweet. ND and others do an awesome job of this.

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