By Brad Tuttle
Time.com | August 16, 2013
“The new reality is that some of the biggest, most popular college football programs in the country can’t jack up ticket prices annually, put a decent team on the field, and expect fans to happily pack the stadium week in, week out.
Orlando Sentinel columnist Beth Kassab, a University of Florida grad, recently published excerpts of a message sent by the university’s athletic director to former Gator season ticketholders. The note pointed out there are “more affordable tickets” lately, and pleaded with them to come out for at least a home game or two—ideally for matchups against lesser opponents like Toledo and Georgia Southern, which have been selling particularly poorly.”
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