Andre Davis runs for extra yardage while a large number of people straggle in from the parking lot.
I know we only get a few of these every year, but I'd like to think that by now, USF fans know how to tailgate. You get there early (or for a weeknight game, as early as you can), and then about 20-30 minutes before the game, you shut it down and get inside the stadium so you don't miss the kickoff. Because as much fun as tailgating is, you could have a party like that pretty much every weekend. The game is the most important thing, right?
Well, evidently not.
Nice to know losing Pitt won't cost us access to a mostly empty NFL stadium. Geez. tinyurl.com/8l9t499— Mark Ennis (@Mengus22) September 13, 2012
How many people are at this game in Tampa? 250?— Matt Hinton (@MattRHinton) September 13, 2012
Where are you, USF fans? yfrog.com/gytdbsdj— Andrea Adelson (@espn_bigeast) September 13, 2012
tampa is a bad sports town wow actually maybe tampa is not even a town but more of a village sbn.to/Nr49Jh— Jason Kirk (@JasonKirkSBN) September 13, 2012
Guys, other than Florida State, this is the best game on the home schedule. Are we that apathetic about USF football that we don't even want to show up to this game? I thought you all hated Rutgers. Do you hate them so much you can't stand to be in the same stadium as them?