Since the renovation of Camp Randall Stadium there have been many positive changes, especially when it comes to accessing the facility.
The changes are the result of feedback from fans and are meant to enhance the fan experience.
The major change made this year is to the stadium's west side where they've created a cross aisle for access to the lower rows.
It's hoped that this will relieve congestion on the main concourse.
All of the bathrooms on the upper level have been refurbished and some handrails have been added in certain areas.
And when it comes to getting to your seat on game day, follow the directions on your ticket.
Doug Beard, Associate Athletic Director says, "The fans on the west side need to make sure they're looking at their tickets they enter at the gate indicated and they'll find the quickest access to their seats."
Speaking of tickets, ticket scanners will be used at all four gates, and there are express lanes this year for fans with no bags or carry in items.
There are also 25 disabled spots in the parking lot on game day. You can call the ticket office on Monday mornings to make a request for those because it is on a first come first serve basis.
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