1998 Attendances of NCAA Programs in City Locations[edit | edit source]

Universities with ON-Campus Football Stadiums[edit | edit source]

  • School City 1998 Win/Loss Record Capacity Ave. Gate Percent of Capacity
  • Washington Seattle, WA 6-6 72,500 71,356 98%
  • Boston College Boston, MA 4-7 44,500 41,200 93%
  • Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA 9-2 46,000 40,470 88%
  • Northwestern Evanston, IL (North of Chicago) 3-9 47,000 40,906 87%
  • Vanderbilt Nashville, TN 2-9 41,600 32,718 79%
  • Houston* Houston, TX 3-8 22,000 16,992 77%
  • Pitt Pittsburgh, PA 2-9 56,500 39,432 70%
  • Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH 2-9 35,000 22,111 63%
  • Maryland Wash DC/Baltimore 3-8 48,055 27,819 58%
  • Rutgers* NY/New Brunswick, NJ 5-6 42,000 19,150 46%
    • Houston moved its football games back to campus.
    • Rutgers moved its football games back to campus.

Universities with OFF-Campus Football Stadiums[edit | edit source]

  • School City 1998 Win/Loss Record Capacity Ave. Gate Percent of Capacity
  • Minnesota *** Minneapolis/St. Paul 5-6 64,035 41,642 65%
  • USC Los Angeles, CA 8-4 101,574 60,089 59%
  • Miami Miami, FL 8-3 74,476 43,201 58%
  • Tulane New Orleans, LA 11-0 69,028 27,943 40%
  • Memphis Memphis, TN 2-9 63,068 23,478 37%
  • San Diego State San Diego, CA 7-5 71,000 25,879 36%
  • SMU ** Dallas, TX 5-7 68,252 18,219 27%
  • Temple Philadelphia, PA 2-9 65,352 15,127 23%
      • Minnesota is expected to move its football games back to campus, and needing to rebuild a stadium that was taken down in past haste after a move to the Metro Dome.
    • SMU is going to move its football games back to campus.
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