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Which college sold the most football tickets in 2010?

Posted by ZA on September 7, 2010

Season ticket sales are one of the biggest revenue drivers for the athletic departments at universities.  Locking fans into that season ticket commitment guarantees that revenue for the coming season.  In a touch economy, which schools had the most success in selling season tickets in 2010?  Below are the top 10 schools with biggest increase in season ticket sales for 2010 over 2009.  The data was compiled in an informal survey by the Birmingham News.

Top 10 biggest % increase in college football season tickets sold (2010):
1. Houston (+ 70%)
2. Marshall (+ 45%)
3. Louisville (+ 31%)
4. Toledo (+ 23%)
5. Texas Tech (+ 20%)
6. Oregon State (+ 18%)
7. Air Force (+ 12%)
8. Alabama (+ 11%)
8. Arizona (+ 11%)
8. Indiana (+ 11%)
8. Washington (+ 11%)

Top 5 biggest % drops in season ticket sales (in 2010 from 2009):

1. UTEP (- 23%)
2. New Mexico (- 20%)
3. Navy (- 19%)
4. Washington State (- 13%)
5. Cal, Hawaii & Kansas (- 11%)

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