Some good points here. The lack of good marketing locally has bothered me for awhile. The women's program rode the Diggns bandwagon well, but they were also marketed very well and very cheaply, may I add. As far as as the students go. A poor showing at a men's game would be considered great for the women. I haven't seen more than thirty students(besides the pep band) at ninety-nine percent of the womens' games. So the attendance has been built on the locals. Now, you don't have to charge three soemthing a game for season tickets like the women do. You do have a fan base but there should certainly be more in promotion for the men and some kind of tier pricing for non-league games.. As far as the students go, there are e-mails, and Brey has gone into the dorms regularly, something that Muffet stopped years ago. If the students come, fine, If they don't keep trying to get them, but expand your scope locally. There is an exciting local guy comign in, use him for local emphasis and build on teh base in South Bend that will be willing to give a fresh look to the new league and teams coming to town.