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  • #16
    Originally posted by sportsvine View Post

    The Clan changing facilities?
    They’re actually building stands for their facility at the university. Before they just had a grass slope in a rainy area.

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    • #17
      Week 4:

      WOU @ CWU: 4991 (Great crowd for a cold, potentially rainy night, I thought.)
      APU @ SFU: 656 (about normal for SFU games.)

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      • #18
        SFU @ WOU: 2347 (Not bad for WOU)
        CWU @ WTAMU: 9124 (Homecoming at WT)

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        • #19
          I'll be upset if CWU doesn't have another 5 grand in the stands on Saturday. It's homecoming.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Goods View Post
            I'll be upset if CWU doesn't have another 5 grand in the stands on Saturday. It's homecoming.
            1-4 doesn't inspire attendance all that much...

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            • #21
              CWU should go back to afternoon games.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by tsull View Post
                CWU should go back to afternoon games.
                For the temperatures, I agree. Maybe one night game a year, but with a 1:00 pm kickoff (not the old noon one) where lights can be used in the 4th quarter.

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                • #23
                  APU @ CWU: 5849 (Homecoming, but night games seem to keep packing in the attendance)
                  SFU @ DSC: 3223 (That's some FCS attendance numbers right there)
                  WOU @ TAMUK: 2544 (Come'on Texas, y'all are better than that. Yeeeeee-hawwww)

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by IronOre View Post
                    APU @ CWU: 5849 (Homecoming, but night games seem to keep packing in the attendance)
                    SFU @ DSC: 3223 (That's some FCS attendance numbers right there)
                    WOU @ TAMUK: 2544 (Come'on Texas, y'all are better than that. Yeeeeee-hawwww)
                    Wait a moment, CWU drew more than the other two games combined? What is up there?

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Wildcat Khan View Post

                      Wait a moment, CWU drew more than the other two games combined? What is up there?
                      I think TAMUK fans are tired of paying to watch them lose, so they quit going. Dixie never drew that well since going D2. I guess if you want to make an argument for night games at CWU, they do seem to draw well.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by IronOre View Post

                        I think TAMUK fans are tired of paying to watch them lose, so they quit going. Dixie never drew that well since going D2. I guess if you want to make an argument for night games at CWU, they do seem to draw well.
                        And in September you can go up in the mountains, water ski or jet ski at vantage, or float the Yakima and top off a fun day with a football game. They really have merit in September.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by IronOre View Post

                          I think TAMUK fans are tired of paying to watch them lose, so they quit going. Dixie never drew that well since going D2. I guess if you want to make an argument for night games at CWU, they do seem to draw well.
                          Watching them lose isn't the main problem. It's how they lose. Granted for the balance of this decade, it's been this way and of course losing in any fashion will drag down attendance

                          If we were competitive and at least looked like a D2 football team, perhaps a few more would show up? I know I would for at least a few more games than I've attended recently which is zero.

                          We shall see where the road leads a month from now when the season is over and we are probably sitting at 1-10 at worse or 3-8 at best. I am not confident any fixes are in the pipeline other than dismissing the current coaching staff which is essentially rearranging the deck chairs on a ship which has already sunk. We have more underlying issues with the program which need to be addressed, like yesterday.

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                          • #28
                            Nice to see the fans didn't quit on CWU despite only 1 win going into that game. Nice to see the Wildcats put on a show for Homecoming
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                            • #29
                              Great fans. Great attendance. The alumni berm/ tent was so packed that I didn't even try to get in there. Incredible to see that many people. Hopefully we can keep it up for the final two home games, one of which is a night grande on the 26th.

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                              • #30
                                CWU @ WOU: 2955 (Pretty much sold out, despite it being so wet there were puddles on the field)
                                SFU @ APU: 2148 (Can't say APU fans had much to root for before this game, have even less now)

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