this administration finally broke me. Season ticket holder since first game at Rent, went to buying off secondary market, to nothing last year. Had nothing to do with the haves and have nots in football not making it fun. I just can’t support an inept administration. Then move to big east, leaving football to rot, solidified me not going back anytime soon.just curious, why did you stop going to the games.
There are more than 60,000 undergrads at Ohio State. The stadium holds 105,000. I assume that means that not all the students could go to the games, because I’m sure there are more than 40,000 season ticket holders at Ohio State.According to this article, students pay $20 per ticket at OSU and $25 (season ticket is $175 so that's probably seven games) at Clemson.
How much does UConn charge?
Many people are saying the same thing in different ways. I mean you wAtch how they tried to rig the rules to get Alabama into the playoff. They actually did it a couple of years ago. They didn’t win their league or their division even. Yet they were selected. Yet UCF with consecutive unbeaten seasons gets nadaThe cartel has destroyed college football just as big banks have destroyed the community bank. All that is left are endless fees for a bland product.
Part of the reason I enjoy attending a couple NESCAC or other Division III games within a reasonable driving distance each fall. Still pretty much untouched by what ails D I football.The growth of profiteering in college sports has eroded the sense of community and comradery. When you go to the game, and are paying $20 to park, and $12 for a beer, etc you know you are the mark. Colleges trying to profit off ur nostalgia rather than facilitate your ties to the alumni and community.
That erosion strikes at the core of what theoretically made college sports better, more pure.
I can pay exhorbitant fees to go see much better football. Giants/Pats is superior product.
I go to college sports to sense that community, to hang with 3 generations of huskies, etc.
That's a big reason why.