Arizona coach Jedd “the” Fisch tweeted out how many season tickets the Wildcats have sold.
Imagine if USC had such transparency?
Fisch is uber-enthusiastic and spends a lot of time trying to increase fan interest. As he should at a school like Arizona.
The truth is USC needs that too!
But it doesn’t want anyone to know how bad its season-ticket sales or ticket sales have been going. Instead, it acts like it is 2005 USC and fans want to come to the games. They don’t.
The athletic dept. knows the real numbers and situation.
By the way, has anyone heard anything about Salute to Troy? Canceled for a third straight year? The first one got knocked off by lack of interest. COVID took care of the second one.
15,000 season tickets sold, how about we get to 20,000 + 12,500 Zona zoo. 25,000 single game tickets that gets us to maximum capacity! #HappyIsasHappyDoes. https://t.co/RmS20fJjeb pic.twitter.com/HJB5EAiRRq— Jedd Fisch (@CoachJeddFisch) August 25, 2021
- The Pac-12 will hold a Pac-12 Baseball Tournament at the end of the season in Scottsdale, Ariz. The inaugural tournament is scheduled for May 25-29, 2022 at Scottsdale Stadium.
The top eight teams in the Conference standings at the conclusion of the regular season will earn berths in the Pac-12 Baseball Tournament and the champion will receive the Conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Pac-12’s initial agreement with the City of Scottsdale runs through 2024.
Top eight teams? So USC might not make it?