It seems something is brewing in the past couple of days. Since I've lost internet access in my house, I've tried to stay connect in the Cuse internet world. I've recently got a chance to read some stuff on the NUNES that really caught my eye. It has been the recent new support for the SU Football team, which was long coming.
This new support has also led to a new hope to get more tickets sold. Now this sucks in my part since I am in an economic runt. I had to walk to the dome from downtown to get my Midnight Madness ticket. I barely have enough money to get to and from school (I go to OCC, for now). Now I've seen to get the idea that Saturday's game MUST meet the 40,000+ quota. I was hoping to help meet such quota, but I have no money, which leaves me out of luck.
To be honest, I don't know when I will have enough to get to see my team play in the Dome again like last year against Cincinnati on Halloween. Now since I don't have the money, I've seen the view of a fan who, for economic reasons (no money), can't make the game. I admit, I use to be that "SELL THIS GAME OUT GUY", but seeing through the penniless view has opened me up a bit. Now just because such people like myself can't make it to the dome, doesn't mean we don’t bleed orange and blue. It means that we will have to bleed it from home.
I hope you guys get what I'm talking about. Since I can't go this week, doesn't mean I'm not finding a way to go in the future. I've love this team since I was a kid, and I hope since I can't afford the ticket to see them live, it doesn't mean that I can no longer cheer them on. I hope you guys get where I'm going and to those who will attend the game tomorrow and in the future, cheer loud for us who can't be there.
P.S., as for those who can afford to go but don’t, come on man. It’s fun and the Dome kind of smells like candy (It did on Wednesday). Go ORANGE