I think they should adjust the capacity to around 55k or so. Just my opinion.
Why bother? It's far more impressive to say that you average over 100% capacity than it is to say you average 80%. If the hills are packed but the stands are half-empty, the stadium will not look full. If the stands are packed but the hillsides are abandoned, the stadium is still going to look full. That's why I don't think it's logical to include hillside tickets in the stadium capacity.
True and Valiant
I also remember a game with Kansas when Cy (wore a huge suit then) went out to center field, squatted, and "pooped" a couple of chickens that had been dyed blue then chased them around.
Originally Posted by DJK15
God I hope so, even if it's not the right thing to do, KF needs to do it.
Victory before honor.
Talking about sell outs for UNI and Kent State. When you look at tickets on cyclones, you can't get a pair of reserved seats for UNI only a single in the last row of the balcony. For Kent State you can still get a pair in the 26th row (out of 30) in section G.
One thing Pollard mentioned last night that if they don't sell another ticket, single game or season, the average paid attendance for the year will already exceed 2006!!!
That is mighty impressive! I know this is a loaded question....but, the packet we received in the mail the other day stated that we generated 13.8mill in FB revenues last year. Anybody have an idea how the tv revenues get split-up, and what other components besides tv/ticket sales are in that figure.
I think we got some Cyclone fans outta the woodwork for this year, just think what the hell we can do with some success under Chizik...we could put 55K in the stands for a Kent State-type game (and we should!)
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