The largest sections in the 200 level are located in South Endzone sections 217-220. Each of these sections contain more than 40 rows of lettered seating with wheelchair accessible seating at the front of each section.
In most cases at Cardinal Stadium, 200 level sections are better than their 100 level counterpart (ex: 228 vs. 128). This is due to the better elevation of the 200 level seats. However, in the endzone, the additional elevation does not help as much as it does in the corner or on the sideline. Instead, it just pushes you further away from the field and gives you longer looks to the far endzone.
While these endzone seats don't offer amazing or up-close views, their sitelines can best be described as comfortable. You won't have to turn your head side-to-side and you'll have a head-on view of the videoboard.
If you do choose to sit in these seats, do yourself a favor by choosing the lowest row possible. If you don't, you may end up having to climb as many as 40 rows to your seats.