Sunday, September 03, 2006

Cheering Etiquette

Just a quick note folks:

When you are at a football game, you CHEER LOUDLY when your team is on DEFENSE. You want to make as much noise as possible in order to prevent the offense from being able to hear. Therefore, you NEED TO BE QUIET when your team is on OFFENSE, because otherwise they can't hear.

Tar Heel fans seem to be picking up on this concept better than in the past, but there are still a few enthusiastic fans in the student section who haven't quite figured it out.

I also want to commend the "Turn it Blue" campaign on its excellent job of getting most of the fans to actually wear Carolina Blue to the games! The stands looked much bluer than I remember in the past.

Now if we had only won the game...

1 comment:

Steph said...

I've always hated how people do this. It's not just Carolina fans. Maryland fans don't understand this concept either. And yes, I know it's several weeks after you posted this and you probably won't look at the comments section anymore.