With the change in the type of schedule and teams that we will be playing going forward, will change the student engagement and for games. It will also, lead to the growth and improvement of Greek life and student life on campus because their will be more hype for the games. It has been said many time and is true, It is very difficult to get students engagement and hyped for games against schools that they never heard of, like fricking Monmouth and Robert Morris.. But games against state, southern, coastal, Jax state, LA Tech, WKU, FIU, yes that will bring engagement, interest and excitement on gameday. It is crazy how much good football dictates things at a university. Once you start playing bigger games and creating tougher schedules every year, people will want to come to the school, stay on campus during the weekend, and go to the games. Those new type of students will most likely be legacies of fraternities and sororities, which will lead to increased and better Greek life, and the need for student centered bars and things like that. And the cycle continues. But, you have to have the facility to bring those games and atmosphere to the campus (expanding the stadium). It really is hard to get pumped for a game and see a picture of 5/3.. But you expand it, and make it look like a college stadium, yes, then you will get pump thinking about playing a big name school in there and think of the noise.