Last Saturday BYU faced Nebraska in their first game of the 2015 season. With tension in the air Tanner Mangum, BYU’s Freshman Quarterback, made the play of his career, a "hail mary” for the win, in front of a stadium almost entirely dressed in red. 896 miles from home, the Cougars had their season debut, but most of their fans were watching the game from a screen back at home.
Some people might like watching these big games in their own lazy boy, but we feel like nothing can replace the feeling of watching a game when you are surrounded by fans who are just as excited as you are. Watching BYU away games can be just as exciting as home games thanks to The Wall’s “Watch Parties.” (You can click Here to see what was happening at the Wall during Mangum's epic play) This year The Wall will be teaming up with “The ROC” to bring the away games to you in a high energy environment that can hold up to 460 people!
Here are some images from games that have brought huge crowds into the Wall.
In the past BYU students and the Provo Community alike have sung the fight song side by side inside the Wall and watched some of the greatest games in BYU’s history from Football to Basketball.
We invite all of you to join us at the Wall for the next away game and to help us cheer on our Cougars and raise our pride of the white and blue! Go Cougars!