Hells to the yeah, Prime-Time. I think it might be time for Cutcliff to call for a blackout... since the Carolina did a white out last weekend. I'm pumped for this game (i know it's two weeks away, but whatever). Who would have thought that Duke football would be getting me my football wins instead of the Panthers? Not me.
We really need to beat Va Tech to keep up the momentum, or else we're going to see a lot of baby blue clothes in the seats at Wallace Wade that night.
If you're sitting on the fence about whether or not to go to this game, get off it!
Get your tickets here: http://tkt.xosn.com/tickets/TicketHo...GORIES_ID=7302
Hope students will show up and support this team and yes there will be much baby blue in WW OCT 20 so DUKE fans unite and get to WW and let's bring back the bell and keep winning!!!!!!
Based on attendance figures, that price seems high for normal games. For UNC, I'd think it should be pretty full, though, so it makes sense in this instance. But for earlier games, I'd think it'd be a net positive if more people were in the seats and the revenue was a bit decreased. Although I assume they've done that cost benefit analysis.
Having said that, I'll be cheering from afar. A win would be huge. GTHC!
Ozzie, your paradigm of optimism!
Go To Hell carolina, Go To Hell!
9F 9F 9F
If people were wondering, we are competing against two SEC games for this timeslot. The worse of the two SEC games will be on their syndicated cable package leaving one game to fight it out with Duke for the ESPN2 slot. The other games are 5-1 Georgia against possible 1-6 Kentucky (they play Arkansas) and Mississippi State (playing Tennessee) who could still be undefeated against Middle Tennessee State (could be 4-2 if they beat FIU).
Tickets can be bought for much less than $46 at goduke.com if you have a promo code (AAA, Cone Health, State Workers, Harris Teeter, and Medical Group). I know the codes for AAA and Harris Teeter are "AAA" and "VIC" but both were sold out when I checked earlier today. The other codes aren't hard to figure out and one of them did have tickets available.
Looks like ESPNU for this one.