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Me shooting Bengals at Texans playoff game last year.
Generally a polo and khaki shorts. Jeans if it is cold, which it isn't because I live in Houston.
If I wear a team logo, it will be for something that is irrelevant to the sport. So I would wear my alma mater's logo at an NFL game or an NFL logo at an NCAA game, but I generally attempt to avoid it all together.
First off, the "no cheering from the press box" rule to me is good...UP IN THE PRESS BOX, but when you're down on the field, and IF you are an actual sports fan, it's kind of hard NOT to get caught up in the excitement of the game.
If you are a professional, you will act professional. If you cheer on the sidelines, you will likely get your credential revoked and possibly be banned from the future. I have seen it happen. Every one of us down there are fans. I shoot my alma mater's games (where I played) and I am a huge fan and donor. But I don't cheer on the sidelines. A friend of mine is banned for life from shooting one of the three pro sports teams in his market.
dress for the wage you want.
I'm going to start shooting NFL wearing shoulderpads and a helmet.