If you haven’t purchased tickets at Bishop Amat or Charter Oak, you should right away. It is expected to be the largest crowd in Charter Oak’s history. Because it’s an open area, Charter Oak can sell as many tickets as they want, but seating is limited. If you do not arrive early, you may not get a seat and will have to stand along a roped area. Also, tailgating is permitted, however alcohol (careful what you put in those red cups) and smoking obviously is not. The gates open at 6 p.m., enjoy it, I know we will.
Amat’s Koa Haynes and Charter Oak’s Donavin Washington on twitter
Charter Oak’s 1st home game is Friday too, best believe they gonna get hyped
— KoaHaynes (@KoaH_4) September 9, 2012
Got nothing but respect for bishop, I just never go into a game thinking I’m going to lose.
— donnnie (@_Donavinn) September 13, 2012