Limitless Daily Poll: Why aren't Gator fans filling up The Swamp?


As Bianchi would write in the Sentinel...

In a not-so-veiled knock on UF’s season-low homecoming crowd of 80,017 during Saturday’s abysmal 38-17 loss to a Missouri team that was previously winless in the SEC, an obviously frustrated Mullen said: “We want the program back; we need a sold-out stadium next week and unbelievable home-field advantage. That’s how it works. I’m gonna be honest with you, this is how it works: When we sell out the stadium, we win a championship. It doesn’t go the other way. It’s not we win, you sell out. You sell out, you win. Go watch teams that have built programs. That’s how it works.”

So, why aren't Gator fans showing up like they once did? While I (Kravitz) would argue till my face turns purple, that getting 80,000 people together at once for an event of any kind is extremely impressive, I guess Dan Mullen doesn't agree. Some will say, that's just the sports world we live in now, some will blame the offense, and other will poke fun at a fan base that was showing up in droves when the team was winning titles. 

Which will you blame? Vote below! 

Bianchi's column...

Gator fans - photo cred: Orlando Sentinel

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