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jts1207

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I wasn't at the game but from the couch the DJ, PA and band sounded like a convoluted mess. DJ blaring songs every play sometimes competing with the band and sometimes the band, DJ and PA were all competing with each other. Need to clean this up.

Oh....and please get rid of Money Down
 

KrazieJacket

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I wasn't at the game but from the couch the DJ, PA and band sounded like a convoluted mess. DJ blaring songs every play sometimes competing with the band and sometimes the band, DJ and PA were all competing with each other. Need to clean this up.

Oh....and please get rid of Money Down
I thought I heard we weren’t well coached?
 

Skydog

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they need to make some tweaks for sure. i'm not opposed to loud music or whatever but more strategic timing would help.
 

gtgtgt1

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I was actually surprised by the small amount of Clemson fans. Music seems fine to me, but l am relocated to UN for this year.

Did I see a giant orange on our sideline? Is that a new addition to the juice crew?
 

vapspwi

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Small number of Clemson fans? There were probably 25% Clemson fans. Our fans suck, and I wish we could track who sells their tickets to opponents and deduct AT points from them to prioritize people who actually want to be at the games.

I’m not really sure why we have a band anymore. At least I don’t recall us drowning out the fight song the one time we got to sing it. But they play music snippets before almost every play, sometimes with the band playing as well. It feels like a pro game.

JRjr
 

gtgtgt1

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By comparison there were much less Clemson fans that I thought there would be. Hell, walking in I only saw 2. Same in my section. I'm probably wrong, but it sure felt there were more UCF fans in attendance a few weeks ago, which is more bothering. At least the UCF fans were much more vocal that's for sure.
 

swampsting

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I saw a.bunch of Clemson fans - and the ones near us were loud when they made plays
I think they got tired of cheering
 

swampsting

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As they kept converting third downs, the PA backed off calling it money down
They were 9 of 17 on third downs for the game (4 of 6 in the first half, I think$
 

savbandjacket

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I wasn't at the game but from the couch the DJ, PA and band sounded like a convoluted mess. DJ blaring songs every play sometimes competing with the band and sometimes the band, DJ and PA were all competing with each other. Need to clean this up.

Oh....and please get rid of Money Down
We apparently aren’t the only ones. Miami Dolphins:
 

johncu

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I wasn't at the game but from the couch the DJ, PA and band sounded like a convoluted mess. DJ blaring songs every play sometimes competing with the band and sometimes the band, DJ and PA were all competing with each other. Need to clean this up.

Oh....and please get rid of Money Down
I don't like Money Down either, but it would be MUCH more palatable if we had a good defense. At the moment it's pretty cringy. It would be like Miami flexing with the turnover chain when they're losing by 3 touchdowns.
 

andrew

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I don't like Money Down either, but it would be MUCH more palatable if we had a good defense. At the moment it's pretty cringy. It would be like Miami flexing with the turnover chain when they're losing by 3 touchdowns.
Money down would be good if they used it sparingly in big situations where we have a good chance at success, like a few times a game.

Doing it for basically every third down is dumb.
 

GTWannaBee

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I don't like Money Down either, but it would be MUCH more palatable if we had a good defense. At the moment it's pretty cringy. It would be like Miami flexing with the turnover chain when they're losing by 3 touchdowns.
Just preparing the culture for 2021/2022 when our D reaches the next level.
 

GTWannaBee

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Money down would be good if they used it sparingly in big situations where we have a good chance at success, like a few times a game.

Doing it for basically every third down is dumb.
Last year they alternated it with regular third down, maybe even less money down. That was during the Citadel game. It’s harder to notice in TV so that’s the only one I have to go off of.
 
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