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?
We might use your answers for a future story.