Pretty good article. We can’t exactly throw stones about attendance but the UCLA attendance issue is startling. When you couple that with the decline in the number of kids playing high school football in California.
Pretty much the attendance of UCLA last weekshouldn’t be a huge surprise. LA like Houston isn’t an Aggieland where everyone is showing up regardless. They haven’t been very good, it was blazing hot, pandemic issues, just a lot of issues right now. Kelly gets them roaring like us their attendance will improve.
Coog51 thank you for posting.
The latimes editor did not do his/her job due to the writer’s laziness.
Did you catch this?
High school sports participation in California increased for the eighth consecutive year to an all-time high of 815,313.
CIF participation went down by about 2,000 from previous years. To which sport did these 2,000 went to?
Isn’t an obvious question or shouldn’t the writer tell us?
These types of articles are now common…unfortunately.
This is why I brought that up.
You are a reader and you read the piece. Don’t you want to know what sport(s) benefited from it? I do.
It would interesting to know by which age group in H.S. it is happening.
Yeah, the PAC doesn’t need the Texas market! They can replace our market with that 900,000 viewer market with Hawaii! LMAO! The hot wildfire must have cooked their brain cells over the Pacific coastlines!