That is apparently the case at Georgia Tech, where they have only managed to sell 24,500 season tickets this year. At the same time last year, they had sold over 25,000.
When Georgia finished #2 in the country in 2007, the score cutoff jumped from 2,200 to over 10,000. I know some will argue that the economy is a factor, but with no cutoff score required to purchase tickets, Tech should at least be able to sell as many tickets as they did last season.
After appearing on the front page of ESPN the magazine, Georgia State football will finally kickoff its program next month. I wonder how many years it will take the Panthers to overtake Tech in ticket sales (I am kidding...well maybe not if GSU is successful and moves to 1A).