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Golfer
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2005
67395 posts

Why so many empty seats?
I end up going to 2 or 3 regular season games and I've never seen so many empties for a division rival when tickets were going for 25-50% above face.


LAwhoDat
Notre Dame Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2012
419 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
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I end up going to 2 or 3 regular season games and I've never seen so many empties for a division rival when tickets were going for 25-50% above face.



the front runners jumped off the bandwagon, but don't worry they'll be back.


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Lester Earl
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re: Why so many empty seats?
It filled up once the game started from what I saw.


Golfer
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2005
67395 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
There were still empties by the 4-6's in the terrace throughout.


Lester Earl
Minnesota Fan
Member since Nov 2003
222679 posts
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re: Why so many empty seats?
I know ATL returned a bunch of tickets


whodatfan
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Mar 2008
19606 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
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I know ATL returned a bunch of tickets


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Golfer
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2005
67395 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
I couldn't buy any terrace seats from what ATL returned


Jake88
George Mason Fan
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Member since Apr 2005
28315 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
I was there and didn't see that. I actually expected to see several empty seats, but didn't.


Lester Earl
Minnesota Fan
Member since Nov 2003
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re: Why so many empty seats?
Don't know what to tell you. Looked like a normal crowd to me.

Late arriving but near capacity once hand settles in


TigerRanter
New Orleans Saints Fan
Louisiana
Member since Feb 2005
5273 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
People gotta pee.


onelochevy
LSU Fan
Slidell, LA
Member since Jan 2011
10202 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
who cares?


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Athanatos
Vanderbilt Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2010
7097 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
I noticed plenty of extra seats in the terrace. It confused me too.


GILROY
New Orleans Saints Fan
Metairie
Member since Apr 2012
84 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
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I've never seen so many empties

looked the same to me


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Swagga
New Orleans Saints Fan
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Member since Dec 2009
8955 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
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I noticed plenty of extra seats in the terrace. It confused me too.


I sit in 618, and it looked like a typical crowd. It was late arriving, but it filled up like usual IMO.


JasonL79
New Orleans Saints Fan
North Dakota
Member since Jan 2010
6169 posts
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re: Why so many empty seats?
Yep seemed normal to me.


CHEDBALLZ
South Central LA
Member since Dec 2009
13183 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
Sec 637 was packed. A lot of times people walk down in the second half and stand behind the bleachers in the 100 level. I've done it a couple times.


saintsfan92612
New Orleans Saints Fan
Eastern Europe
Member since Oct 2008
24140 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
I didn't see that many empties at all. It was a late arriving crowd though. My section didn't fill up until the end of the first.


GynoSandberg
Minnesota Fan
Member since Jan 2006
54785 posts
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re: Why so many empty seats?
Dome was packed imo


Puck82
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Mar 2009
19211 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
I was there and it looked like a packed house until the final whistle. Only time I saw empty seats was right after halftime.


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swagsurfin7
Duke Fan
Founder of the Alex Morgan Fan Club
Member since Dec 2009
4924 posts

re: Why so many empty seats?
I was worried at first, but the crowd just arrived late. There were alot of people outside in Champions Square still when I went in at 1120ish


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