Sports played with spheres and spheroids are easier to master than rectangular sports, such as Rubik’s cubing and throwing bricks into windows. Shatter your notions of a good time with today’s GrouponLive deal to Methodist University Monarchs home football and basketball games during the 2011–2012 season. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get one multisport season pass (a $144 value).
- For $60, you get a family pack of four multisport season passes (a $576 value).<p>
Each multisport season pass includes admission to the following:
- Five home football games (a $30 value)
- Eight home men’s basketball games (a $48 value).
- 11 home women’s basketball games (a $66 value).<p>
Boasting dozens of Division-III national titles, the Methodist University Monarchs look to establish a tripartite reign over their USA South Athletic Conference rivals with dominant showings in football, men’s basketball, and women’s basketball. Led by first-year head coach and Methodist alumnus Dave Eavenson, the football team looks to conquer enemy end zones with a barrage of downfield passes flung by a quarterback-operated trebuchet. The men’s basketball team returns two Second Team All-Conference players in guard Mark Jernigan and forward Bryan Hockaday, and the women’s team looks to capitalize on last season’s 15–12 finish by baffling opponents with smooth-as-butter crossovers before offering them trays of fresh-baked biscuits.
Grassy hills overlook the 1,000-person-capacity Methodist University football stadium, where general-admission seating encourages fans to come early and snatch up prime seats. Meanwhile, the 46,000-square-foot March F. Riddle Center offers fans a basketball-watching experience nearly as intimate as enjoying dinner for two inside a cozy heating duct.