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New Orleans Bowl Sees Third Straight Year Of Record Attendance
Published December 23, 2013
The crowd for the Gildan New Mexico Bowl featuring Colorado State-Washington State on Saturday “was officially listed at 27,104” (ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL, 12/22). Attendance for the eight-year-old event was up from a record-low crowd last year of 24,610, which featured Arizona-Nevada (THE DAILY).
The Famous Idaho Potato Bowl featuring San Diego State-Buffalo drew 21,951 fans on Saturday, marking the “smallest crowd in Boise” since ’98 (IDAHO STATESMAN, 12/22). The crowd was down 25% from the Utah State-Toledo matchup last year (THE DAILY).