NCAA Football 2018 Attendance, Week 13: Championship Week and FCS Playoffs Round Two

FBS Conference Championships happened this week, with another smattering of teams rescheduling games in an attempt to make a bowl.  While that happened, top draw FCS playoff matchups happened with a berth in the quarterfinals on the line. Lots of reasons to see good football, but still plenty of empty seats.  Let’s take a look, …

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NCAA Football 2018 Attendance, Weeks 7 & 8: The Lowest Attended FBS Game of the Year

Duke hosts Virginia in front of a small crowd

Weeks seven and eight have passed, and it’s time for another attendance update.  With cooler weather across the nation, plenty of fans were willing to go to football games, except at Miami of Ohio, who recorded the lowest attended FBS game of the year with merely 5,003 in attendance. For the rest of D1 Football, …

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NCAA Football 2018 Attendance, Week 6: Rose Bowl Half Empty or Half Full?

It was week six, and some programs fans have already had enough.  Most surprisingly, UCLA only filled the Rose Bowl half full (or is it half empty?).  Granted, it’s one of the bigger stadiums in college football, but sitting in the second largest city in America it has typically sat 60+% full.  For the rest …

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NCAA Football Attendance: 2017 Season, Week 12: SWAC = Stadium Without A Crowd?

Time again for your week in review on NCAA Division I Football attendance.  Average attendance was up to 26,460 this week, one of the highest levels of the season. Despite that, three of the lowest attended games of the year happened last week: two of them in the SWAC. Let’s take a look, shall we? …

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