Butler will be done next round, nice run but in the end the big boys will take
I was at the game. Any lower bowl seats you could see empty on TV were K-State
seats and the fans hadn't come in yet. The entire lower bowl and most of the
upper bowl was full for the second game. There were more than 17,000 in
attendance. My understanding is that the unsold seats were allotted to the
participating schools but not released to the general public until early this
Over 17,000 in attendance. Remember, not every ticket holder watched both
games. Many Syracuse fans did not stay for the second game and many K-State
fans didn't come until the second game. It is always a cost/benefit things and
17,000 fans was not bad.
"The top dogs claim they are all high and mighty and then stuff likes this
happens every year"Yea, YbU had their shot at the “Big
Boys” and they BLEW IT! 95% of the time the national media gets it right
sports writers should be reminded not to keep the "small guys" out of the
rankings. dont think you've been following the ranking this year
otherwise you would have know that butler has been ranked all year and has won
games at agaisnt some pretty big schools like ohio st, xavier, and had close
games vs gtown, minn, clemson
I love it!! Another one bites the dust!!!
I watched the game on TV, and saw many, many, many empty seats. Too bad the
NCAA wants $$$ for tickets. Really, even upperbowl seats were hundreds of
dollars. No wonder why people didn't go. They can go see better players play
when the Jazz play another NBA team at ESA, and do it for about 1/4 as much as
the NCAA wants for seats.
yep. too bad that one game they lost (tonight) out of your 8 or 9 is the one
that really counts. scoreboard.
It just means they were better tonight. If they play 10 times syracuse wins 8 or
Wow! This is why "big" schools don't play "mid-majors" during the regular
season. The top dogs claim they are all high and mighty and then stuff likes
this happens every year. When games like this happen, sports writers should be
reminded not to keep the "small guys" out of the rankings.