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Great road trip for students. Only a 7-8 hour drive to a fun town. If you have the money and the time, get your butt up there. Our boys deserve all the support they can get. We're going to have Cincinnati, Texas, St. Bonaventure, and Temple (other bracket, same location) fans cheering heavily against us in the first game.
Wish I could make it, but have a couple of other trips already planned in the next month. I'd be all over it if I was still a student though. Pack 4 or 5 people in a car and load up in hotel rooms. Just think of it as an extended Spring Break.
Anyone thinking of making the trip or know people that are? What kind of Nole turnout do you think will be there?
I'm in the "i wish I could" boat. Finding out with only 6 days notice isn't enough time to make travel plans in regards to work right now.
Basketball kinda sucks in that regard.
If we beat the bonnies im going to make the day trip sunday. I need more of what I got this weekend.
Kenny Powers: "A true champion will do whatever it takes to rise above. Because surrender is death, and death is for pussies."
Headed over from raleigh!
I'll be there. Just got approved to take Friday off.
16 hour drive for me, so I'll be watching at home.
However, I called the ticket office this morning for tickets to the Sweet 16 in Boston and have a room reserved
Props to all who are going. I'm sure a lot of people are still mulling it over and trying to work it out.
For those that are still thinking about it, here is some ticket info from FSU:
"The Seminoles now move on to the NCAA Tournament where they will take on St. Bonaventure on Friday, March 16th in Nashville, TN. Tickets for this round are $78 and may be requested by season ticket holders and Seminole Boosters by logging into their account at www.seminoles.com.
If the Noles win on Friday, the next game would also take place in Nashville on Sunday, March 18th. Should the Noles win this round, they would advance to the regional round, hosted in Boston, MA. Tickets to this round will cost $195 and will include a ticket to the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 rounds. Tickets to the regional round must be purchased as a package and will not be broken into individual sessions.
The Final Four in New Orleans, LA, which begins on March 31st, would be the final stop for the Noles. Each Final Four ticket costs $270 and includes both Saturday games as well as the championship game to be played on Monday, April 2nd.
All possible tournament sites that the Noles may participate in are now available via request online at www.seminoles.com. Customers wishing to order over the phone may do so beginning at 8:30 Monday morning by calling the Athletics Ticket Office at 850.644.1830.
Ticket requests will be evaluated prior to each round. Should demand exceed FSU's ticket allotment, order limits will be instituted according to the FSU Priority Policy."
I've got two tickets to All Sessions in Nashville in the seventh row of the lower end (Row GG, Section 110). Face value was $472.95 for the pair for all three sessions (Session 1 and 2 on Friday, Session 3 on Sunday). I'm looking to sell for face value or best offer. Can ship tickets as early as Tuesday.
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