Just a normal day at Florida State, well, except for the tent in front of the Civic Center.
Sue Semrau says, "Layne, I need some more people to come help me."
Coach Sue Semrau is doing a little camping, not because she enjoys the outdoors, but because she wants you to come and watch the Lady Noles play ball.
Semrau says, "It's not about money, it's about having a lot of people in the crowd to energize and bring enthusiasm to our last home game."
The camp out began Thursday evening and the support came early, very early.
Semrau says, "I was checked on at 2 a.m. by our scout team, and they said, Coach Sue, this is the scout team, and we're just checking on you, we brought you some juice."
That's a nice touch, but what about the fans? Elizabeth Rodriquez says, "We all just wanted to come out here and show our support for her, and plus it'll be fun to see the girls play so why not."
Even the more high profile fans are making it out.
Reporter says, " I have to put you on the spot, do you have your tickets?"
T.K. Wetherell says, "I've got my tickets, I've actually got a couple and I'm bringing some fans, I'm bringing two couples with us when we come, so I expect everybody else to not only show up, but bring somebody with you."
Layne Herdt says, "The goal 3,000 tickets, and Coach Sue is less than 700 away, but until then, coach sue will keep on camping. Layne Herdt WCTV Eyewitness Sports."