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Stanford fans will have to weather some tough parking

Original post made on Nov 28, 2012

For those planning on driving to Stanford on Friday to watch either the women's volleyball team open NCAA Tournament play at home or the Cardinal football team take on UCLA for the Pac-12 Championship, well, it could be a perfect storm when it comes to parking. Read more at [Web Link].

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Posted by commuter
a resident of Stanford
on Nov 28, 2012 at 8:52 pm

Do yourself a favor and take public transit. You're going to need a raincoat anyway. Caltrain is running extra trains for the game.

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Posted by cmr
a resident of Midtown
on Nov 28, 2012 at 11:59 pm

Paly sent out emails that their campus will be closed to Stanford Football parking due to the number of students still on campus before kickoff.

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Posted by Bob
a resident of Community Center
on Nov 29, 2012 at 9:36 am

It is beyond insane to play that football game tomorrow,Friday. There are big warnings about heavy rain and wind. Fans should not be on the highways. The field is grass - and was a mess last year because of rain - and Oregon was used to it. This game could have been played on Saturday - to heck with the TV schedule. Player safety is more important as is the safety of any fans driving to see it.

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Posted by Crescent Park Dad
a resident of Crescent Park
on Nov 29, 2012 at 11:53 am

@ Bob:

- It didn't rain during the UCLA @ Oregon Pac12 game. Try a Google search and look any/all of the images from the game if you don't believe me. Dry as a bone and most players didn't even wear long-sleeve undershirts.

- Oregon has sport-turf, not grass = no mess rain or shine.

It's going to rain Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Shall we postpone the game until Monday?

It's football - sometimes you get wet, muddy, cold, etc. Don't go and watch on TV, you'll be fine.

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