There were a few older people in the student section down low for the Can't game that are alumni that just sat down there for the big game. I was one of them. I've been to most of the games this year sitting in my season ticket seats, but due to witnessing some pitiful student output/turnout recently, I figured I'd help out. I'm sure the other guys felt the same and hell, maybe we all just want to relive our glory days... sorry! But seriously...to be honest, there ARE some serious issues with passing the torch. I don't think it's entirely the new leadership's fault, but partially the University. In the past there were some seriously rowdy people that would push the boundaries at games, and now everyone pretty much falls into line and is terrified of the faculty who they report to. I think the group has been essentially neutered by a few people who don't really understand the point of the group and/or don't have any sense of humor. Maybe somebody with some balls needs to be elected into Rowdies leadership or something, but currently I feel like there is no camaraderie and edge to the group. I also agree with the comment that we as fans need to stop blaming others and just lead by example. I don't know about you guys, but when others are sitting on their hands around me, I'm always vocal, loud, and chanting along. You do it enough and by the end of the game the others will start following. If you're on this site then you're likely a serious fan and a leader...so act like one!