This weekend, alumni, families, and fans will pack the seats of Frank “Muddy” Waters Stadium for the Homecoming football game. Students should, too — and not just this Saturday. This year’s Chargers promise to be worth watching; they just knocked off the No.12 team in the country last weekend, Ohio Dominican University. Every year, students pack the student section for the first home game of the season, and Otter Army’s “blackout” was a success earlier this month. But inevitably, as classes pile up and semesters become busy, students forego home football games. That shouldn’t be the case this year. After the Homecoming game, the team has only three more home games this year, so students should make every effort to attend and watch their classmates compete for a conference championship. The team thrives off of a competitive home field advantage, so students should come out and get loud when the Chargers are on defense. There’s plenty of space in the bleachers for everybody.