So, NFL training camps open this week, and I’m busy readying the 2014 Fan Cost Index, as well as putting together some stories for a special MLB FCI package. Yet, here I am writing about a Mid-American Conference school’s ticket promotion.
Hey, I’m an Ohio Bobcat ‘til the end.
Courting fans to MAC games is no easy task. This isn’t the SEC.
The average college football games drew 45,192 fans, according to the NCAA website. MAC teams averaged 16,739 fans. The conference leader . . .
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