The lament of every AD, the non-traditional home game date. We will have some in the AAC, as all conferences play games on Thursday nights. The only "great" Thursday date, IMO, is a road Thursday night game on the week following a bye.
Many do not want Thanksgiving Saturday (a traditional bad draw for us also), others do not want the first Saturday of deer season or other similar dates. Hopefully the bad date pain gets spread around year-to-year.
Someone should let them know, it's currently showing:
As someone who has built and managed multiple websites and platforms on the side, it's a simple fix and I can help a little bit here:
1) Rest assured, the website was not hacked
2) Take some of the money already raised and upgrade your bandwidth/plan with your host (I think it's WordPress)
3) Identify someone on the board who has experience in these matters and put them in charge to avoid further lapses in management
For those unfamiliar with bandwidth:
What is bandwidth?
Website bandwidth refers to the measure of maximum data that can be transferred in a specified time, usually in seconds. That’s why your bandwidth is often expressed as Megabytes or Gigabytes “per second.” The higher the MBPS, the more data is sent and received at the same time. To use another metaphor, if bandwidth is the size of a water pipe, then the data transfer is the amount of water flowing through the pipe. How wide the pipe is, determines how fast the water flows. If you employ higher bandwidth, more data (volume) will be carried. Thus, as mentioned above, bandwidth is simply the data carrying capacity, i.e. the maximum data that can be carried at any given point of time.
You can read more here: https://www.hostgator.in/blog/hosting/what-is-bandwidth-in-hosting-and-how-to-check-bandwidth-usage-of-websites/#:~:text=Website bandwidth refers to the,received at the same time.