Television and streaming revenues more than make up for a couple thousand who opt to stay home. Still, millions of


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By Smartwater on 08:46:51 08/13/19
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people go to stadiums and watch college football on fall Saturdays.

: We are watching gladiator games while sitting in B.C. technology, and are beginning to pay more than the live game experience is worth, hence declining demand.

: Demand from Millennials is understandably low and always will be, it’s not their fault they had better tech and play their sports against friends online. Anyone with kids understands that. Birthdates beginning about 1992 watched very little football relative to previous birthdates

: The biggest football demographic, aging baby boomers who can afford live games are no longer willing to sit in freezing or burning conditions on an aluminum bench to watch other people play between commercials. Boomers don’t want to fight for bad restrooms and pretzels.

: Large stadiums are becoming monoliths to an ancient era. Nothing will fill large stadiums at mid tier programs. Mid-tier football is a money loser due to empty stadiums. Eventually top tier cold weather programs will need to move to high tech indoor venues if they want to stay viable.

: I can see Ohio State as a program who can afford to get ahead of that curve, but as boomers (birth dates 1945-1961) age quickly the curve is steepening quickly


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