simply because they don't win often on the road or in neutral sites.
Michigan of course. It said "Our Stadium is bigger than your stadium".
Seems like they are compensating for something...
(Slightly OT - We may be down the Coke road sooner rather than later too).
their football expenses with only 44,000 fans? East Carolina does equally well as that.
U$C & Ucla should be embarrassed, given the size of their stadiums and the city.
Particularly given the return of the Rams, who outdrew both college teams. UCLA and USC did considerably better than other college teams in NFL cities, such as Miami, Pitt, Minnesota, Houston, and Rice. They easily outdrew Cal and Stanford, and even outdrew Washington, which had a dominant season and won the Pac-12.
Perhaps the most pathetic showing on that list was Purdue, which ranked last in Big Ten attendance and had an average crowd of only half the capacity of Ross-Ade Stadium.
are littered with tech multi millionaires who don't mind throwing a couple of bucks at ole Leland Stanford U
better this fall. Also, there are plans to reconfigure the stadium.
is to demolish it.
from 93K to 77K but people will actually get real space to sit the modern fat ass down.
I wonder what ND stadium would hold if we all got a nice generous space to sit and be comfortable? Back to the original 59K?