2009-2010 Basketball Attendance Numbers

Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by gwoodclone, May 12, 2010.

  1. Erik4Cy

    Erik4Cy Well-Known Member

    Jan 23, 2007
    9,127
    212
    63
    Insurance
    Urbandale, IA
    I hope this is a :jimlad:, because Cameron is tiny, it's capacity is less than what Hilton averaged.

    Cameron Indoor Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Duke was #53 with 9,314 avg
     
  2. cyclones6785

    cyclones6785 Member

    Dec 16, 2007
    267
    16
    18
    And the obsession with Iowa goes on and on and on and on..... Why must they be included the few teams highlighted on this post? Anyone that followed college basketball in the state of Iowa knew that the university of iowa did not have good attendance this past season. But yet, they are brought up again due to the obsession that will go on forever and ever and ever
     
  3. agcy68

    agcy68 Well-Known Member

    Feb 9, 2007
    1,089
    38
    48
    UNI & Creighton were included too. Maybe your fixation on the uofi data suggets something?
     
  4. gwoodclone

    gwoodclone Well-Known Member

    Jul 11, 2007
    4,359
    76
    48
    :confused:

    I included all Big 12 teams, all in-state teams in the top 100, UK since they are #1, and CU since that's where Mac left for (and because I'm a Jays fan). If Drake had been in the top 100, I would have included them too. I did not include Iowa due to some obsession you think I have with them.
     
  5. BryceC

    BryceC Well-Known Member

    Mar 24, 2006
    17,579
    575
    113
    Some schools, like Mizzou, actually do measure the folks that go to the games. Most do tickets sold. The table should actually be labeled "TICKETS SOLD WITH THE EXCEPTION OF A FEW SCHOOLS WHO DO MEASURE ACTUAL ATTENDANCE" if we want to get picky.
     
  6. Ficklone02

    Ficklone02 Well-Known Member

    Apr 11, 2006
    4,328
    138
    63
    CPA
    City by the Bay
    I had no idea Tennessee's venue was so big. Thats really good attendance....I wonder where there attendance was before Bruce arrived.
     
  7. nickp50010

    nickp50010 Member

    Sep 4, 2008
    112
    6
    18
    Ames
    This has to be based on tickets SOLD and not seats filled (it's the NCAA so it does't surprise me they don't know the difference) as there is no way Iowa averaged over 6k seats filled per game. . . Never seen an arena so empty (game after game) at this level of competition.
     
  8. cyclonepower

    cyclonepower Well-Known Member

    Oct 5, 2006
    4,469
    85
    48
    WDM
    we deserve an award as fans
     
  9. Ficklone02

    Ficklone02 Well-Known Member

    Apr 11, 2006
    4,328
    138
    63
    CPA
    City by the Bay
    Its true that its sales, not attendance. His point still stands that its amazing how much there sales have dropped, considering alot of season ticket holders re-up to keep there seats.
     
  10. clones26

    clones26 Well-Known Member

    Nov 8, 2006
    2,815
    120
    63
    Urbandale

    Just to help him

    Drake 16 72,156 4,510
     
  11. iowast8fan

    iowast8fan Well-Known Member

    Aug 3, 2006
    2,199
    80
    48
    Ankeny
    We should see a an increase in tickets sold next year because of Hoiberg. I also believe the first few games will be pretty full for anticipation. Just as always, though, the number of pre-conference games will result in lower attendance after the initial lust phase is over...probably around game 6. We will likely have a poor team, and actual attendance won't be much different than last year as the season runs through. Curiousity and fascination will run its course, and when conference games roll around, actual attendance will be based on winning performance.
     

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