is written as a photo-travelogue as what a fan would have observed while
attending the game in
didn't see any Pronto-Pups anywhere. However, this place was across the
street from the stadium, but closed after the game so I didn't get to try them.
band marched over to the tailgating area to play a few songs by the fountains before
the game. I happened to catch a giant cup dropping out of nowhere and seemingly
about to crush some band members:
I missed half of it,
went to a lot of trouble to make a poster for the
photographed a couple of young ladies that had "GO TU" painted on
didn't take a photo of it, but the first floor of the back of a brick
housing building facing the stadium served as the front for a row of food, snack
and drink outlets.
stadium exterior is brick and renovated in 2007. there was no
double-decking, but still, they seated 30,000 on three sides with a building at
one end that kicked balls bounced off of when kicking field goals and points
after touchdowns. http://www.tulsahurricane.com/facilities/tuls-skelly-stadium.html
entering the stadium, I photographed the tunnel the TU team ran through.
rained most of the first half, so I didn't take as many photos for fear of
getting the camera wet. However, here are a couple showing the nice size
of their scoreboard.
thought it strange that the TU band played the
halftime, they honored the TU women's rowing team.
are some photos of the game action and the crowd in the visitors' section near
the goal line.
needs to get "Coach Pete a "blue" jacket for away games!
was in the stands, along with his friend from
fans were loud! They reminded me of the 12th Man like A&M.
read on the BroncoCountry board that
couldn't help but do an artsy photo with the cup during the game.
photos of the game:
confetti was a nice touch:
always nice when the players drop by the stands after the game:
are always those fans playing to the ESPN cameras. I don't know if this
couple made it on TV or not, but they were nice enough to pose for me:
of the TU fans around us were very cordial. There's always one
ugly fan, but the rest were just fine and hospitable, and I heard one TU fan say
they appreciated getting to know some Bronco fans and said she didn't feel so
badly watching her team get beat by the team of such nice fans.
and friend were on the sideline after the game to get player autographs.
had just one parting photo to take of the scoreboard:
for one of the brakes going out on my vehicle in