During the second part of his “State of Troy” interview today, Mike Bohn said, “We do not have plans to drop sports.”
Bohn also mentioned the importance of football revenue and donors who belong to the Trojan Athletic Fund, who also buy season tickets.
“Football represents and those TAF donations and tickets tied to it, represent 85 percent of our budget,” Bohn said.
It’s all tied together but this is one reason why so many people canceling their tickets, way before the pandemic, was a real issue for USC.
I’d love to know the actual renewal rate because I keep hearing from people who dropped their season seats.
Second part of Bohn’s interview is below.
UPDATE: We've now sold 3,500 #weFIGHTasONe shirts and counting!— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) May 5, 2020
In #StateOfTroy Part II, @USC_mikebohn gives thanks to the #TrojanFamily and @USC_TAF members for stepping up in this time of need. #FightOn