I can't comment abt Bevo Blvd. since we were tailgating with our usual bunch near the LBJ library, but the "experience" inside the stadium was sorely disappointing (not talking abt the game itself, although it was too). What's the deal with the LHB running out to the north end zone and scrambling to line up instead of proudly marching in to the increasing tempo of the drum section? That has always been an exciting build up to the start of the game. Last night looked like a clusterfuck. The new section for the band in the southeast corner reduces the volume - esp. in the NEZ - even more than when they were in the SEZ. Doubt if the fans in the east side heard them at all. WTF was Bob Cole doing repeatedly saying "Get your hook 'ems up!"? Hook 'ems up? Is this a new directive from CdC to change a 60 year tradition? Cole sounded like a new announcer from New Jersey who has never been to a Longhorn game. But the most aggravating thing during the entire game was the 10 year kid (must have been) who was in charge of Godzillatron constantly showing fans in the stands immediately after every play. The second the whistle blew after every play we were treated to shot after shot of fans mugging for the big screen. Very very few replays, even on important plays. A LOT of crowd shots that lasted a second or two AFTER the snap. Shots that didn't do that would switch from the crowd maybe a second before the snap and didn't give you a chance to see the formations. We sit in the lower half of the NEZ and need the big screen esp. when the ball is near the south goal line. Also, those useless "De-fense!" and "Texas Fight!" videos that no one pays attention to lasted well into many plays, usually on a crucial 3rd down. Stop it. That's what the cheerleaders are for. I guess the RTF school uses the video board to train undergrads, but whoever is in charge of the production and has their hand on deciding what goes on the board needs to be a professional. It was an aggravating joke.