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I am in the middle of a debate with one of my friends about distance playing a factor in traveling to games.
So, I ask all of you: would you be willing to drive to MORE SEC games (should we move) than you do to ACC games now? Or would you go to less because the distances increase on average?
In addition, do you think we'd have more, less, or about the same support at away SEC games?
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I would rather take a day off of work to go to an SEC environment rather than traveling 35 minutes to wake forest or hours to drive to other ACC games. The ACC sucks and so does most of the game environments.
I would travel to at least two road games a year if we were in the SEC. I used to do 2-3 road ACC games, now its 1 per year.
If we were in the Big 10, probably 1 per year. I plan to travel to Columbus and Madison for those away games if they stay on our schedule and our offense isn't still flaccid.
Hell yes I'd travel. If the choice was to either take a private jet to a game at Syracuse, or pedal a Huffy all the way to Baton Rouge, I'd be at LSU every time.
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