Tickets for this week's home football game are still available. Better yet, they are free for students. About 1,200 tickets remain at either the Student Center Service Desk or the McGraw Center Ticket Office outside Moby arena. Students just need to bring a CSU ID.
It is important that the students represent their university and show support for Ram football by coming to home games. We all have an investment in this university and it should be displayed in force. The student section should be the loudest part of the stadium and should remain so throughout the whole game. Our team has to be out there for four quarters, so the fans should take advantage of the second half and cheer themselves hoarse for the Rams.
Last year, attendance dropped and the stands often looked sparse, especially towards the end of games. The team really wants and needs your support because home-field advantage is an important concept.
There are only five home games this year, so each one is important. For many, football games can be among the best experiences in college, even if you're not a fan.
This home game has been deemed "Green Out" day by Athletic Director Mark Driscoll. The more people wearing green shirts the better Hughes Stadium will look. In addition, the first 2,000 students who enter the gates will receive a ForEverGreen t-shirt.
Students, faculty, and fans from the community need to come out to Hughes Stadium and help inspire our team in what should hopefully be the turning point in the Ram's season.