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SEC asks ESPN for help with college basketball attendance

Friday, February 14, 2014

In an attempt to improve declining men's basketball attendance, the SEC is talking with ESPN about finding better start times and offering ESPN content only accessible for fans at arenas. SEC teams enter the final month of the regular season averaging 10,126 fans per game in announced attendance, down 1 percent from last year at this time. SEC teams averaged 10,571 fans in 2012-13, third in the country but its lowest since 1986-87. (AL.com)

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