You look up the screen and see those smiling faces, those excited fans and think, that should be me. Well, it can! Anyone can get a little camera time at football game. You can let it be up to fate or you can get proactive and improve your chances of the camera finding you.
Getting on TV at a game is a thrill for any media – or football – freak. Be the one to watch by tackling these tips.
You Will Need
* Bright clothing and accessories
* Body paint
* Poster board or a sheet
Step 1: Make a statement
Make a statement with your outfit. The brighter, the bigger, the better.
Step 2: Paint yourself
Use paint on your face or body to make yourself stand out from the crowd.
Step 3: Make a sign
Make a clever, creative sign on poster board or a large sheet to wave in front of the cameras.
Step 4: Dance
Dance dramatically as if you were a star on Broadway. Dance in the aisle to be more visible to cameras.
Always wear a big smile.
Step 5: Make noise
Make lots of noise, but try not to be annoying.
Step 6: Mimic the mascot
Follow the team mascot and mimic its moves.
Step 7: Streak
Take off your clothes, jump on the field, and run from the security guards.
With a capacity for over 100,000, Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor and Penn State's Beaver Stadium are among the biggest college stadiums in the U.S.
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