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6) Sort out the tacklingFans generally generate the most noise when their defence is on the field. Well, it's a little bit soul destroying when players can't tackle. A lot of this 'bad tackling' business is to do with the powers that be wanting less contact in practice because of the concussion issue. OK, we get that. But can't players be taught more about tackling like rugby players? Or given more time to focus on tackling technique? Or should schools start putting in technology so players can simulate tackling without the full contact (Wow we off to the inventors lab Make it more inexpensiveCollege football games and NFL games are becoming prohibitively expensive despite schools making a killing from TV rights. One way schools make money is charging fans for one ticket ( say $80) and then charging a further $80 as a 'donation' to the school athletic fund. Fans can't pay that, and increasingly see that sort of pricing as daylight robbery. Especially in a year of a 'weaker' schedule or when they don't get to see the big non conference match up because it's in Charlotte, fans feel like they are getting by the colleges, and simply refuse to go or are happy to watch it in a bar. In a world where there no black outs like there is the NFL, fans can choose simply not to turn up.
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5) Let the players celebrate how they wantLet there be NO celebration penalty. If a player wants to celebrate and he wants to do 'The Worm', let him do it. That's what the fans want and they want some fun. Please, let's not be boring and give players a penalty Sports are fun, for crying out loud. If a player isn the top (we let you use your imagination for this), then let a player be.
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9) Learn from the Bundesliga, Premier League, and MLSClubs in football love to have their Kops, South Terrace (Dortmund), Stretford End. College football stadiums aren any different with student sections. They create a lot of the noise. And make their experience better. If that means fireworks at the end of the game (the University of Michigan recently decided AGAINST having a fireworks party at the end of two of their games because they felt the fireworks should be ON the field (and they are currently trying to sell season tickets)), then so be it. If it means flags, or T Shirts, or a special set up in the stadium for the world to see, then so be it. Make the passionate fans feel special. Sort out the seatingIn college football, 90% of fans sit on metal benches with no backing. In a world with an ageing population, fans need more comfort. A lot of fans don like the idea of sitting for 3 hours in uncomfortable circumstances. Give proper seats, people. The schools can afford it with the money they are making from TV deals.
4) Play more games at nightNo one really likes a 3.30pm game, while everyone loves a night game. In my experiences, the best atmospheres at stadiums are at night particularly in the SEC. Crowds get really 'up' for a night game, but afternoon sun and heat can lose people their souls. More games at night = better atmosphere, folks.
2) Sort out the schedule!At the moment, a lot of the best college football games outside of normal conference games are being played at NFL stadia or at other 'neutral site venues' like baseball stadiums, or even a NASCAR racetrack. Or even in Ireland (Penn State play Central Florida at Croke Park at end August). While this is great for tourists and the marketing people to help increase the school having a schedule where teams play each other twice (both teams play at home once on consecutive years) will generate more revenues for schools, create better atmospheres (the excitement of a new team in town), and fans will fill the home stadiums to see teams they don't regularly see. Not only that, but season ticket holders will get to see the big fixtures at home instead of Texas or Atlanta. Why not do more games come, first serve meaning that the students will be more pushed to go to games earlier rather have a faire attitude about attendance?
Anyway, the continues in NFL stadia, where fans can buy a drink. Why can you do that in college football stadia, where a majority of fans are over the 21 year age limit? According to a USA Today report, the NCAA the rulers of the sport haven exactly put a ban on beers at an event, but they are hardly ecstatic about it, either.
for fans to stay there, start supplying beer. Students won have to run off and find it then. It might not increase revenue all that substantially, but it might keep the fans in the park and reduce trouble outside stadiums, too.
The only conference that bans it league wide is the SEC. The conference says: alcoholic beverages shall be sold or dispensed for public consumption anywhere in the facility and the possession and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages in the public areas of the facility shall be prohibited. These prohibitions shall not apply to private, leased areas in the facility or other areas designated by the SEC. There shall be no advertising displays mentioning or promoting alcoholic beverages in the facility."
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1) College Football stadia change their 'no alcohol rule' in college gamesIn college football, there a tradition of having an adult beverage before a game, it the From personal experience, it a lot of fun. People come from miles around to attend the party, bringing along high screen TVs, good food, and good company. Some schools have even become more famous for the party than the strength of the team itself.
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