It’ll be interesting to see what the responses are like. I know a lot of folks probably won’t like the idea of adding more exclusive seating. Based on some of Chris Del Conte’s statements in this piece, it seems like TCU is taking the fan’s perspective to heart a little more this time around.
“When we took on the stadium renovation in 2010, we didn’t know what we didn’t know,” Del Conte said. “We’ve been around a variety of stadiums, looked at them. Now we need to engage our constituents — if we were to do something like this, what would you like to see in these particular spaces?”
The tone of this article isn’t necessarily off, but I don’t like the idea of thinking that TCU really only has one more tough game ahead of them. Games in Lubbock, Manhattan, and Ames will all also test the Frogs’ mettle, not just Norman.
The good news is that TCU has a clear path to the Big 12 title, as well as margin for error. Because the Big 12 now has a championship game, TCU can afford to lose a game and still play for the conference championship.
Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples talks about the transformation of Kenny Hill from Trill to Chill.