"It's really cold outside in the morning and then its hot in the day time...so it's really random".
But Raiderville Mayor Colton Ancell said he has still seen a big turn out.
"We've had a bigger turnout than I though we would, you know, considering the weather. So I think, as excited as people are about the game that's not going to stop them".
But braving the cold and being without a shower or internet did have some perks. Jonathan O'Hara got a good morning surprise.
"We got donated tacos and orange juice and I'm not sure who donated them but I was happy".
Timing is everything at Raiderville where students had to be present for a check in but Colton Ancell said it shouldn't have stopped them from going to work or class.
"We do have set in stone, it's after 9-thirty p-m and before 7-thirty a-m...and then we also make sure we get it in before 8 a-m classes start that way nobody can blame Raiderville in skipping class".
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