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April 29, 2008 at 11:02 AM

Spring game attendance numbers

A few sports information directors around the country, led by Dave Plati of Colorado, have compiled a list of attendances for spring games this year.
Here are some of the numbers:
2008 SPRING FOOTBALL GAME ATTENDANCE
School (cost) Attendance
*ALABAMA ……………………… 78,200
*ARIZONA STATE ……………… 5,000
ARKANSAS………………………. 40,200
^AUBURN ($5)………………… 35,000
BOISE STATE ($7)……………… 7,500
*BRIGHAM YOUNG…………… 16,700
*CINCINNATI…………………… 10,142
*CLEMSON ……………………… 25,000
*COLORADO……………………. 17,800
*COLORADO STATE ………….. 6,100
EAST CAROLINA ($5)…………. 5,053
^FLORIDA ……………………… 61,000
*FLORIDA STATE ……………… 30,000
*FRESNO STATE……………….. 2,600
GEORGIA………………………… 19,874
*GEORGIA TECH………………. 8,500
*HAWAII…………………………. 9,300
*HOUSTON……………………… 3,500
*IDAHO………………………….. 5,100
ILLINOIS…………………………. 12,531
*IOWA……………………………. 15,352
*IOWA STATE…………………… 8,000
*KANSAS ………………………… 10,000
KANSAS STATE ($5)…………… 15,523
*KENTUCKY…………………….. 8,500
*LOUISIANA STATE …………… 33,624
*LOUISIANA TECH ……………. 5,103
*LOUISVILLE……………………. 17,200
MARSHALL ($5)………………… 6,701
*MARYLAND……………………. 10,221
*MIAMI-FLA. …………………… 11,000
MICHIGAN STATE …………….. 27,000
*MINNESOTA…………………… 7,200
^MISSISSIPPI ($10) …………… 28,311
^MISSISSIPPI STATE ($5) …… 10,000
MISSOURI ($3) …………………. 26,322
*NAVY ……………………………. 2,497
NEBRASKA ($4-10)…………….. 80,149
NORTH CAROLINA STATE…… 15,273
*NORTH TEXAS………………… 3,169
NOTRE DAME ($8-15) ………… 30,286
OHIO STATE ($5) ……………… 76,346
OKLAHOMA…………………….. 23,306
*OKLAHOMA STATE………….. 20,000
*OREGON ……………………….. 14,107
OREGON STATE ……………….. MAY 3
*PENN STATE…………………… 73,000
*PITTSBURGH ………………….. 7,549
*PURDUE………………………… 9,500
RUTGERS ($5) ………………….. 14,501
*SOUTH CAROLINA ………….. 31,125
^SOUTHERN MISS ($5-10) …. 11,126
*STANFORD …………………….. 2,000
*SYRACUSE ……………………… 3,428
TENNESSEE ……………………… 28,898
*TEXAS …………………………… 43,000
^TEXAS A & M ($5)…………… 32,000
*TEXAS TECH …………………… 11,250
*UCLA…………………………….. 15,052
^USC ($10)……………………… 22,000
*UTAH ……………………………. 4,500
*VIRGINIA……………………….. 5,000
*VIRGINIA TECH ………………. 30,000
*WAKE FOREST…………………. 4,100
*WASHINGTON ………………… 9,000
*WASHINGTON STATE……….. 900
WEST VIRGINIA ($5) ………….. 18,000
*WESTERN KENTUCKY……….. 2,000
*WESTERN MICHIGAN……….. 1,305
*WISCONSIN ……………………. 22,000
*WYOMING……………………… 1,700
*ANONYMOUS …………………. 6,000
NATIONAL AVERAGE (all)…………. 14,331
MEDIAN …………………………………. 8,000
*—denotes does not charge admission.
^—students admitted free; all 12-and under free at USC; alumni-card holders at Florida admitted free (also has 2-for-1 sponsor deal); all college age and under admitted free at Texas A & M.
NO SPRING GAME: Air Force, Akron, BYU, California, North Carolina (cancelled/weather), Toledo
CLOSED SPRING GAME DUE TO STADIUM CONSTRUCTION: Michigan
At many places, including UW, these are estimates.
Some other interesting notes passed along:
— Brigham Young, Fresno State and Washington State had final practices with scrimmages open to the public (numbers are included above).
— Boise State includes spring game ticket as part of previous season’s package.
— New Mexico took its spring game on the road to Santa Fe.
— In lieu of charging, Iowa asks fans to bring one non-perishable food item that is donated to a local crisis center. Missouri charged $3, but fans who brought three cans of food items to donate to a local food bank. Most of Ohio State’s revenue is split among four designated charities. Notre Dame’s is a fundraiser for local alumni club scholarship fund. Rutgers’ benefits two local hospitals. All proceeds at West Virginia go to WVU’s Children’s Hospital.
— Nebraska charges $10 for 25,000 reserved seats, general admission at $4 and $8, with kids 6 and under free along with other youth promotions for free admittance (UNL students and staff, former players free).
— Known school records were set at Florida (61,000), Mississippi (28,311), Missouri (26,322), Colorado (17,800) and South Florida (4,607).

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