Parents Weekend Football Tickets

<p>We just got our Football Tickets for Parents Weekend in the mail. </p>

<p>We are in Section NN-7, Row 19.</p>

<p>How many rows are in each section?</p>

<p>What section do the students sit in?</p>

<p>You can look online at the stadium chart to see the sections.</p>

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<p>The student section is mostly near the field and part of the new addition on the south side. Parents are often seated in the upper decks on the north-east side and the north end. </p>

<p>We got out tickets, too. :)</p>

<p>We got our tickets also. Section NN-7 Row 10. RTR! :-)</p>

<p>Yea, John, we'll be sort of near each other! </p>

<p>The seating charts do not show maximum number of rows, so was wondering how close to the top Row 19 will be!</p>

<p>Don't know if we should start another thread or continue on this thread, but can some of you upperclass moms give us parking tips?</p>

<p>I've gone to the Gameday site, but I'm confused as to whether we can park on campus or not without a season parking pass.</p>

<p>And ours arrived too :) DH & I are excited; D2 just realized that she's expected to go to the game...</p>

<p>^^^</p>

<p>She doesn't want to? </p>

<p>Well, if she's never been to a Crimson Tide football game she's in for a day of fun and excitement. I remember going to our first game. I was blown away by the tailgaters, the fans, the game, the band....everything.</p>

<p>It was after that first game that S2 announced that he only wanted to apply to Alabama.</p>

<p>D2 is not a "school spirit" type of girl; also thinks football is stupid (we're not sure where we went wrong!) although she loves hockey & baseball. She announced this weekend that she'll never have to go to another HS football game 'cause her sister is no longer around to drag her there...</p>

<p>Bumping up this thread to ask a really silly question. Promise you won't laugh.</p>

<p>Since we will be sitting so far up in the stadium, I was wondering if it will be colder/windy up there. We're in NN-7.</p>

<p>We went up the Vulcan statue on a trip to Bham, and I remember it being windy, at least. Since Bryant-Denny is not enclosed, I was wondering if the "nosebleed seats" are in a cold/windy section.</p>

<p>Wondering if we need to bring a windbreaker or some sort of jacket. It will still be early September, so I'm assuming it will be hot still, but I want to be prepared for wind chill factor.</p>

<p>Since it is an evening game, it could get chilly once the sun goes down. I think your seats are facing west, so those seats stay warm for awhile if the sun is out.</p>

<p>You could bring a wind breaker. </p>

<p>However, for games later in the year, the stadium can get cold and breezy.</p>

<p>I believe there are 30 rows in the upper deck sections.</p>