Section 123 on the lower level of Kaufman Stadium has 24 rows. It is located near the visiting teams dugout along the third baseline.
No - Section 153 is on the lower sideline on the Visitors side, on the North Side of the stadium.
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The club level seats are silver and the upper and lower level seats are purple.
People don't stand up to block your view in the lower rows of the upper level. Unless you are tall, you'll miss most third down plays in the upper rows of the lower level
The seat numbers at Ohio Stadium follow a very simple pattern. Seat number 1 will always be closest to lower numbered section adjacent to it. For example seat 1 in section 9A will be closest to section 7A, and the highest seat number in section 9A will be closest to section 11A.
There are a couple of ballparks in Major League Baseball that have yellow seats. Miller Park (home of the Milwaukee Brewers) and Dodger Stadium (home of the Los Angeles Dodgers) both have yellow seats. Miller Park has them on the upper level, and Dodger Stadium have them on the lower level.
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