May 15th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

In recent years, the community has gone around in circles to try and figure out the solution to the attendance problem at UTEP football games in recent years. Last season we came up with a short answer to the solution: win more games. Obviously, that’s easier said than done, as the team enters its second season under Dana Dimel, which should be about a three-year rebuilding process before we see considerable results. UTEP Athletic Director Jim Senter told us on the program last season that his intentions were to accommodate gamedays for fans across town and mentioned the idea of putting out a fan-oriented survey. Among the questions on the survey executed by UTEP athletics, the topic of football start times were included. “We had over 1,500 responses to the survey and received some really tremendous feedback on what the fans are looking for from UTEP Football Gameday,” Senter said in a statement. “The survey was extremely comprehensive in nature to cover everything from football game times to ticketing, parking, tailgating, concessions, marketing and promotions, video production and much more. – ADRIAN BROADDUS, krod – Read More

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