College football has an attendance problem.
The Florida Gators' showing Saturday was just the latest example. UF drew an announced home crowd of 80,017 — the lowest since Ben Hill Griffin Stadium's capacity expanded to 83,000 after the 1990 season.
We heard from a lot of you Saturday. We want to hear more.
Mullen: "When we sell out the stadium, we’ll win a championship. It doesn’t go the other way." Of note: Homecoming crowd today wasn't great#Gators— Matt Baker (@MBakerTBTimes) November 4, 2018
Why do you still go to games (UF, Florida State, USF or anywhere else)?
Or, why don't you go to games anymore?
Leave a comment below, tweet me (@MBakerTBTimes) or email me (email@example.com).
We might use your answers for a future story.