I know some people love them and some don't, and we all tend to agree that 3:30 is a good compromise from a fan perspective. I love what Dabo said because that is exactly what he should say, and how he should feel. I don't want him to take a side on this one, just have the team ready to win. I do want the administration to try and do something about it though, even if it's just voice an opinion to the decision makers (which they may have already done and it just fell on deaf ears). I do like that he threw some shade at all the night road games since there is such a disparity.
I just want to watch good entertaining football. So I came up with my most memorable games I've seen at Death Valley, and turns out none were noon games and most were at night. I'm sure I missed several and maybe a few nooners, but this is why I want night games:
You pretty much nailed it as to why we've had so many noon
Oct 24, 2018, 10:09 AM
games this year - the best games are at night. We haven't had a lot of good games this year in terms of competitiveness. The Syracuse game was, but only because TL went out early and we had to play someone who was effectively 3rd string. We don't have any major games sitting in front of us either, so I'd be surprised if we got a night game. The fact that they're scheduling noon games for us tells us what they think the competitiveness of the game will be. And they're saying that our most competitive game left could be - - Boston College?
Just comes down to the fact that this year is a pretty significant down year in the ACC - and that we are, by most measures, head and shoulders above everyone else.
I think @ BC might be a night game since it's on the road. If they beat Miami and VT going into our matchup with them, I could see it being at night. However, man thought the undefeated matchup with NC State would be at night...