How would you rate the hospitality offered to fans of the opposing team?
What is the worst incident you have witnessed against an opposing fan or yourself at the ballpark?
"I've never witnessed any bad behavior toward opposing fans. Hoosiers are very nice people. A little too nice. It hurts our ability to keep opposing fans away and maintain a pure homefield advantage. Clevelanders are vicious but they don't have to worry about a bunch of visiting team fans showing up and embarrassing them, because everyone is too scared to go to a Browns game wearing anything but orange and brown."
"I witnessed a New England Patriots fan get sucker punched in the face just walking in the tunnel."
"I witnessed myself harass someone for three hours for wearing a Tony Romo jersey. I might have made him cry. If you are out there Romo guy, I am sorry."
"We booed a little girl in the Punt, Pass and Kick competition who was wearing a Patriots jersey. Parents should know better than to dress their children in clown clothes."
What is your favorite memory from a game at the stadium?
"The "Luke" is too new. However, beating the Pats in the AFC Championship game in the old dome in 2006 was one for the ages. "
"It was the dome, during the AFC Championship Game against the Pats two years ago. The moment Marlin Jackson intercepted Tom Brady's pass and ensured us a trip to the Super Bowl. It was the culmination of everything it meant to be a fan. I was sitting next to this guy from Jersey who had been a Colts fan since their Baltimore days, and we started hugging and jumping up and down. We embraced for nearly a minute; then I realized he was crying on my shoulder."
"This is a new stadium. Opening the roof and end zone windows does it so far."