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Regional Trend
Attendence, Attendence, Attendence!
The new trend is to schedule more regionally to get your attendence up
and to cut travel costs. I can understand that, makes perfect business
sense to me. So, i was wondering why Tulane/UL Lafayette can't get
a home/home series going. We both average about 20,000 per home game. So, wouldn't you think that a home game in either New Orleans, or Lafayette would draw 30,000 ? Come on Athletic Directors, Get
your bean counters working.. I think a Ragin Cajun/ Green Wave series could grow into a good Rivalry, don't you? And think of the Travel Savings !
07-29-2009 09:35 AM
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RE: Regional Trend
Makes sense
04-12-2010 09:58 PM
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