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    UL Football Historical Attendance figures at The SWAMP

    Historical Attendance/Record at The Swamp
    YEAR W L T TOTAL
    Attendance
    AVERAGE HIGH
    1971 3 3 0 110,000 18,333 25,000
    1972 3 3 0 93,429 15,572 17,722
    1973 0 6 0 61,600 10,267 16,000
    1974 1 5 0 73,152 12,192 18,856
    1975 5 2 0 146,081 20,868 25,710
    1976 7 0 0 163,143 23,306 30,176
    1977 4 1 1 151,346 25,224 28,752
    1978 2 5 0 113,163 16,166 23,106
    1979 3 3 0 108,060 18,010 23,200
    1980 5 0 0 85,092 17,018 22,638
    1981 1 4 0 85,436 17,087 19,522
    1982 5 1 0 130,608 21,768 25,133
    1983 3 1 0 81,711 20,428 24,123
    1984 3 1 0 88,180 22,045 23,537
    1985 2 2 0 78,405 19,601 22,506
    1986 3 2 0 101,451 20,290 23,257
    1987 5 0 0 87,326 17,465 20,052
    1988 4 2 0 122,874 20,479 27,300
    1989 4 1 0 80,445 16,089 20,263
    1990 2 3 0 111,973 22,395 36,133
    1991 0 3 1 80,294 20,074 23,486
    1992 2 3 0 92,111 18,422 23,742
    1993 4 1 0 109,955 21,991 27,814
    1994 4 1 0 95,770 19,154 23,371
    1995 4 1 0 88,640 17,728 22,083
    1996 4 1 0 108,552 21,710 38,783
    1997 0 6 0 87,362 14,560 17,724
    1998 2 2 0 35,193 8,798 10,721
    1999 2 3 0 76,445 15,289 19,724
    2000 0 5 0 73,119 14,623 20,113
    2001 2 3 0 66,615 13,323 17,353
    2002 3 2 0 75,280 15,056 20,512
    2003 3 3 0 83,970 13,995 24,211
    2004 3 2 0 107,006 21,401 25,083
    2005 3 2 0 87,957 17,591 21,204
    2006 3 3 0 87,096 14,516 21,485
    2007 1 5 0 99,904 16,651 33,828
    2008 4 1 0 107,342 21,468 29,031
    2009 4 1 0 111,998 18,666 41,357
    2010 1 2 0      
    All Time 113 93 2 3,748,084
    18,020  

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    Great post Turbine.


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    UL Football Re: Historical Attendance figures at The SWAMP

    Man, 1998 was a bad year. Average attendance 8,798. What went on that year?


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    Default Re: Historical Attendance figures at The SWAMP

    Quote Originally Posted by DrySwamp
    Man, 1998 was a bad year. Average attendance 8,798. What went on that year?
    That was when we hired acoach who felt like it was not his job to put fans in the stands nor win football games...

    The same guy who sued the school because he felt he was terminated because of his race.

    It was good to be a Cajun back then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pirogue
    That was when we hired acoach who felt like it was not his job to put fans in the stands nor win football games...

    The same guy who sued the school because he felt he was terminated because of his race.

    It was good to be a Cajun back then...
    Actually, 1998 was Stokley's last year. So we were coming off a 2-win season where we lost to a DII team. That explains things.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrySwamp
    Man, 1998 was a bad year. Average attendance 8,798. What went on that year?
    I remember those games and I promise you there were no where near that many people in the stands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunRebel
    I remember those games and I promise you there were no where near that many people in the stands.
    I was a student then, those numbers are probably doubled! I remember a few games I was embarrassed, there were so few people in attendance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrepourciau
    I was a student then, those numbers are probably doubled! I remember a few games I was embarrassed, there were so few people in attendance!
    If i remember Coach Stokley's last game had about 2000-3000 in the stands, and it was raining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srevere51
    If i remember Coach Stokley's last game had about 2000-3000 in the stands, and it was raining.
    I missed all of that. Too wrapped up in my personal life and issues at that point. Very strange time. I wasn't following football at all. Probably the only time that was true since age 5. Sounds like dark times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srevere51
    If i remember Coach Stokley's last game had about 2000-3000 in the stands, and it was raining.
    Against Western Kentucky. We put up a pretty decent score on them. Brad Franklin returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown.

    Jack Harbaugh (WKU's coach at the time, and Jim Harbaugh's dad) had some really classy comments about Stokley after the game.

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