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I am a Bama fan but I have been given tickets in the Michigan section. I have sat with opposing fans before and it sometimes can be a great experience (Nebraska) and sometimes it can be outright dangerous (LSU). I suspect Michigan fans would be pretty classy and great to talk with about the game (although you never know with any fanbase).
In any case, I thought I would ask you guys for advice on whether I should keep them or seek out a trade. They are pretty good seats after all.
Keep them. I'm sure the Michigan fans will be classy and fun to talk to since both teams have a great history. There really isn't that much hostility between the two teams/fan bases so everything should be good.
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
You should be fine. Obviously we have our drunk loser crazy people, but overall we're not that bad. If you get unlucky and you're by one of those bad people, just ignore him. Chances are pretty good that all the Michigan fans around you hate that guy as much as you do.
If you're lucky and you're sitting by me, you'll have the greatest experience of your life.
Its a pretty easy assumption that the cost to travel to this game will filter out what small % of fans we have that u might have to worry about
Thanks guys. That's what I've been thinking about the cost as well. Hope both teams play hard and it turns out to be a classic.
Keep em. Michigan fans are awesome.
We aren't a hostile fanbase like Ohio or LSU. We're like Nebraska in that we're prideful but respectful and not a**holes.
We are college football
Can I get the Ducksworth experience for after the game???
Keep them. The whiskey tangos don't travel.
If you're nice to me...
Not all of us still live in Michigan, but I agree with you in general.
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