Wow, $1,600 to see the Ducks play in the 2011 BCS Championship game. If you’re going then I’m jealous. And I’ve done your weather homework for gameday (no charge) so you don’t have to Google it five times between now and then! Here is what the long term records say for Phoenix and Glendale, Arizona on January 10:
Then there are the temperatures you can expect. The average low that time of year is in the mid-40s. But the average high is a very respectable 67 degrees. Of course it would be cooler at game time (5:30pm PST) on an average day, probably 62 or so. But you can always hope to break the record for January 10th. The record high in Glendale, Arizona on January 10 is 84 degrees, set back in 1990. What if it hits 85? That would just be classic. The week before the game, I’ll keep you up to date on Glendale’s actual forecast. In the meantime, you can dream of bringing home a victory and maybe a tan, too!
So, what kind of weather do you think would be best for the Ducks to play in? Does it even make a difference to the players and how well they do? Let me know what you think!