Tulane-tulsa attendance


(Christopher W Allison) #1

Looks horrible on ESPN. Guess folks are preparing for Nate.


(Patrick) #2

They did change the gametime. It was supposed to be an evening game.


#3

Weren’t we supposed to be scared of Tulsa’s offense? What happened to that?


#4

Combine Rice, Tulsa, SMU and Tulane into one fan base and you have 42000 fans.


#5

That turf coloring is so bad. Is it supposed to look like dead grass in between live grass?


#6

This is the greatest mystery of 2017 college football.


(Patrick) #7

Tulane looks good


(Patrick) #8

Hopefully, CMA becomes the next Bill Yeoman, but if we ever have a chance, Willie Fritz would be a good hire.


(Mike Higdon) #9

Until we have capacity crowds at all home games, I won’t say anything about the attendance at other schools. It hasn’t been too long since we had games with 10-15K in attendance. And I’m talking about actual attendance, not tickets sold.


(Jimmy Morris) #10

At least they have an early game excuse. We can’t blame it on time, day of week, student attendance, weather, win-loss record or the fan favorite “better things to do in Houston.” Is there a new gallery exhibit opening this evening I didn’t hear about?


(Eric Prado) #11

I like it when alumni criticize the students for not attending


(Jimmy Morris) #12

I remember a physics professor giving a 10 point bonus on a homework assignment if we went to a Wednesday night basketball game. I saw 2 classmates out of a class of 60 show up. About 30 students total at the game. 1986 student attendance in a nutshell.


#13

My first year at UH was Helton’s first year and I was living in Moody Towers. I asked the RA on my floor if he was going to the football game and his response was “Houston has a football team?”.


(Jimmy Morris) #14

The only thing the athletic department did right in the 90’s was move our games onto campus. The ironic part was it was probably just another budget decision.


(Patrick) #15