Ducks post #1 Pac-10 Spring Game Attendance

For the first time in the program’s history, the Oregon football team posted the highest Pac-10 spring game attendance for 2010.  While there is no real correlation between a spring game attendance and fall results, it does reflect the optimism circulating in a school’s fan base.  Both Oregon and Washington showed a strong gain in attendance from 2009, and USC saw a significant drop.  Defending a national title, Alabama led the nation with a spring game attendance of 91,312. One must take into account the weather, an area’s population base, and the local media buildup for the game.  Below are spring game attendance figures for Pac-10 universities between 2008 and 2010, and how each team finished in the standings the following autumn.

2010 Pac-10 Spring Game Attendance Figures

1. Oregon Ducks – 25,211

2. Washington Huskies – 15,000 (estimated)

2. Southern California Trojans – 15,000 (estimated)

4. UCLA Bruins – 12,494

5. Oregon State Beavers – 7,140

6. Arizona Wildcats – 6,000 (estimated)

6. Arizona State Sun Devils – 6,000 (estimated)

8. Stanford Cardinal – 4,000 (estimated)

9. Washington State Cougars – 1,000 (estimated)

10. California Golden Bears – No official spring game

2009 Pac-10 Spring Game Attendance Figures

1. Southern California Trojans – 22,565. Finished 5th in Pac-10 in 2009.

2. Oregon Ducks – 12,400. Finished 1st in Pac-10 in 2009.

3. UCLA Bruins – 12,000. Finished 8th in Pac-10 in 2009.

4. Washington Huskies – 10,000. Finished 7th in Pac-10 in 2009.

5. Arizona Wildcats – 6,850. Finished 2nd in Pac-10 in 2009.

6. Arizona State Sun Devils – 5,700. Finished 9th in Pac-10 in 2009.

7. Oregon State Beavers – 5,000. Finished 2nd in Pac-10 in 2009.

8. California Golden Bears – 2,000. Finished 5th in Pac-10 in 2009.

9. Stanford Cardinal – 1,500. Finished 2nd in Pac-10 in 2009.

10. Washington State Cougars – 400. Finished 10th in Pac-10 in 2009.

2008 Pac-10 Spring Game Attendance Figures

1. Southern California Trojans – 22,000. Finished 1st in Pac-10 in 2008.

2. UCLA Bruins – 15,052. Finished 8th in Pac-10 in 2008.

3. Oregon Ducks – 14,107. Finished 2nd in Pac-10 in 2008.

4. Washington Huskies – 9,000. Finished 10th in Pac-10 in 2008.

5. Oregon State Beavers – 6,852. Finished 2nd in Pac-10 in 2008.

6. Arizona State Sun Devils – 5,000. Finished 6th in Pac-10 in 2008.

7. Arizona Wildcats – 4,000. Finished 5th in Pac-10 in 2008.

8. California Golden Bears – 2,000. Finished 4th in Pac-10 in 2008.

8. Stanford Cardinal – 2,000. Finished 6th in Pac-10 in 2008.

10. Washington State Cougars – 900. Finished 9th in Pac-10 in 2008.

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~ by philip d. on May 3, 2010.

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