The bottom line

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The bottom line

Post by oleblu111 » November 23rd, 2019, 3:59 pm

Ticket sale revenue for all sports in 2018 for MWC schools

SJS $775,280
USU $2,222,560
UNR $2,971,130
AFA $3,251,642
Wyo $4,645,671
UH $5,406,532
UNLV $5,556,541
UNM $5,941,716
CSU $5,791,080
FSU $6,204,440
BSU $6,591,176
SDS $9,149,380

How is USU going to catch up with at least the middle of the MWC without great increase's in sales numbers and price charged ? We have at most 16,000 football season tickets and 6,000 basketball tickets.

Ewe of Ewe $18, 000,000
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Re: The bottom line

Post by Roy McAvoy » November 23rd, 2019, 4:15 pm

Cache valley obviously won’t support both teams. We should just drop football and focus on trying to make basketball a Gonzaga like program I guess.



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Re: The bottom line

Post by JFWAggie » November 23rd, 2019, 5:31 pm

oleblu111 wrote:
November 23rd, 2019, 3:59 pm
Ticket sale revenue for all sports in 2018 for MWC schools

SJS $775,280
USU $2,222,560
UNR $2,971,130
AFA $3,251,642
Wyo $4,645,671
UH $5,406,532
UNLV $5,556,541
UNM $5,941,716
CSU $5,791,080
FSU $6,204,440
BSU $6,591,176
SDS $9,149,380

How is USU going to catch up with at least the middle of the MWC without great increase's in sales numbers and price charged ? We have at most 16,000 football season tickets and 6,000 basketball tickets.

The past two seasons we have a combined two losses to all of these teams, we do need to figure out how to get more people to buy tickets but success isn’t just purchased



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Re: The bottom line

Post by Sl7vk » November 23rd, 2019, 5:37 pm

Open your wallets people!!!!!



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Re: The bottom line

Post by TrueAG » November 23rd, 2019, 5:40 pm

I've never felt SDSU had a strong following, where is that money coming from? Corporate sales?



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Re: The bottom line

Post by AggieFBObsession » November 23rd, 2019, 6:44 pm

Roy McAvoy wrote:
November 23rd, 2019, 4:15 pm
Cache valley obviously won’t support both teams. We should just drop football and focus on trying to make basketball a Gonzaga like program I guess.
You'll never get that kind of a basketball program in the WAC



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Re: The bottom line

Post by SectionFaggie » November 23rd, 2019, 7:47 pm

oleblu111 wrote:
November 23rd, 2019, 3:59 pm
Ticket sale revenue for all sports in 2018 for MWC schools

SJS $775,280
USU $2,222,560
UNR $2,971,130
AFA $3,251,642
Wyo $4,645,671
UH $5,406,532
UNLV $5,556,541
UNM $5,941,716
CSU $5,791,080
FSU $6,204,440
BSU $6,591,176
SDS $9,149,380

How is USU going to catch up with at least the middle of the MWC without great increase's in sales numbers and price charged ? We have at most 16,000 football season tickets and 6,000 basketball tickets.

Ewe of Ewe $18, 000,000

Our numbers should be much better (higher) in 2019. Prices and attendance are up in both MBB and football. This is good for the program, the athletes served, and the Valley.



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Re: The bottom line

Post by Slim80 » November 23rd, 2019, 8:29 pm

TrueAG wrote:
November 23rd, 2019, 5:40 pm
I've never felt SDSU had a strong following, where is that money coming from? Corporate sales?
For the simple reason they are in California. It’s more expensive because there is so much more money in that area it’s not even fair really to compare them to the Aggies. Never would we measure up to them or Fresno or UNLV.

Honest question- do we have the smallest market in the MW to work with? I can’t think of anyone else who would be smaller.



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Re: The bottom line

Post by Aggie formerly in Hawaii » November 24th, 2019, 12:01 am

Roy McAvoy wrote:
November 23rd, 2019, 4:15 pm
Cache valley obviously won’t support both teams. We should just drop football and focus on trying to make basketball a Gonzaga like program I guess.
We have a competent football program. We are going to our 8th bowl game in 9 years and won 11 games last year and was a ranked team. Zero reason to drop football. We are not New Mexico State. Basketball has ebbed and flowed too.



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