Evidently ours isn’t the only fan base that’s having issues with the in-game experience.
After the Gamecocks lost 23-13 to Kentucky last Saturday in their first home game of the season, a host of issues popped up from the team’s fans, including water pressure issues in Williams-Brice Stadium, long lines at concession stands and the volume of the music played by the disc jockey the school hired to play home games this year.
“I have received a lot of questions from you about our D.J. and the volume of the music,” Tanner wrote to fans. “Modifications will be made for the next game, and we hope that you can find the sound level more enjoyable. We will continue to monitor the impact of the D.J. as we move through the season and make adjustments as needed.”
At least Tanner felt a need to acknowledge the dissatisfaction. His head football coach, on the other hand, doesn’t have time for that shit.
South Carolina coach Will Muschamp has a solution for the game day issues that caused athletics director Ray Tanner to send an explanatory letter to fans Tuesday morning.
“Winning can solve a lot of that,” Muschamp said.
The crap we’re willing to endure, in other words. Of course, for Boom, only one thing really matters about this.
D.J. A-Minor played music before the game and during some breaks in the game. Many fans complained the volume was so low that the music could not be heard well. He was stationed on a stand in front of the section where the team’s hosted recruits sit.
Muschamp said the team’s recruits “seemed to like” the addition of a D.J. and the music selection.
Always be recruit… wait — fans were complaining the volume was too low? ‘Cocks, you don’t realize how good you’ve got it. Come to Sanford Stadium if you want your ears to bleed.