Football facing major crisis in atten...

Football facing major crisis in attendance

There are 7 comments on the The Town Talk story from Jan 5, 2014, titled Football facing major crisis in attendance. In it, The Town Talk reports that:

With the exception of the Sugar Bowl Thursday night, empty seats were as prevalent as lengthy halftime shows during the endless onslaught of bowl games.

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Since: May 12

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#1 Jan 6, 2014
I like both football and nascar, but the money involved is just too great...when you discover the amount of wealth taken out, and not reinvested in the fans, there lies the problem
WWE CRASHCAR 2014

Florham Park, NJ

#2 Jan 7, 2014
The TV timeouts, play reviews, and all the other play stoppages at football games are as bad as all the cautions in NASCAR. Most sports are becoming TV events; best watched from a comfortable chair with a remote control in hand.
Hilton Head

Deland, FL

#3 Jan 8, 2014
WWE CRASHCAR 2014 wrote:
The TV timeouts, play reviews, and all the other play stoppages at football games are as bad as all the cautions in NASCAR. Most sports are becoming TV events; best watched from a comfortable chair with a remote control in hand.
even better with a DVR. Start watching an hour after it starts and fast forward through all the crap.
poncho

Hendersonville, NC

#4 Jan 8, 2014
60 inch tv, my favorite chair, rest room 10 steps away, no lines and people watching me pee!. I can be in bristol or charlotte in 2 hrs. never been to a truck, nationwide, or cup race. went to Atlanta to watch the falcons and patriots play when I was a kid thought I would get stabbed! or shot! LOL!
Still Love My NASCAR

Orlando, FL

#5 Jan 8, 2014
Hilton Head wrote:
<quoted text>even better with a DVR. Start watching an hour after it starts and fast forward through all the crap.
That's exactly what I do. Been doing it for years. But still there is nothing better than the awesome feeling of being at a track live and actually feeling the rumbling of 43 cars racing. I was hooked my first race.
Hilton Head

Deland, FL

#6 Jan 9, 2014
Still Love My NASCAR wrote:
<quoted text>
That's exactly what I do. Been doing it for years. But still there is nothing better than the awesome feeling of being at a track live and actually feeling the rumbling of 43 cars racing. I was hooked my first race.
Very true.

Since: Sep 12

Jackson

#7 Jan 9, 2014
Jusy_Sayn wrote:
I like both football and nascar, but the money involved is just too great...when you discover the amount of wealth taken out, and not reinvested in the fans, there lies the problem
I'm not sure what you're getting at. How are you wanting money invested back into fans, exactly?

Step 1 - Football
Step 2 - Invest in fans
Step 3 -
Step 4 - Profit

That's a South Park reference, of sorts, in case anyone is confused. In an episode of South Park, underpants gnomes were explaining why they steal underpants. They have four steps to their explanation. Step 4 is profit. They leave out step 3, which is the important bit needed to make sense.

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