College Football: Interest Waning Or On The Rise?

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    College Football: Interest Waning Or On The Rise? When attendance numbers for college football took yet another drop in 2018, some observers believed
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    #92583

    With all of the revenue from the Big 12 why cant they decrease ticket and concession prices. My wife and I took 3 kids to a game and it was well over $500.  To me, that’s absolutely ridiculous .

    #92592

    TV just too tempting with food and bathroom near–and no lines.

    #92593

    I agree ,, it should be well under $100 instead of well over $500 for a family of 5 ,, they think everybody has disposable money to burn ..

    #92600

    A long time ago the wife and I decided we could swing season tickets in basketball or football but not both.  She is more of a basketball fan, so that wins.  Get some football tickets from my employer, but those aren’t guaranteed.  Also, splurged by getting season tix for baseball for the last few years.

    #92602

    Was there for every home game for many years. Last year I wasn’t–and not planning on it for the near future. I simply have things in my life that takes precedent–and my dollar is already overstretched as it is.

    #92639

    $$$, 1 game (for me and my family) would be in the 1,500 range easily. Hotel, tickets, and all the other expenses; gas, food, drinks.  I just can’t believe people pay the hotel fees.

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