Will the real Bobcats please show up?

By on February 1, 2012
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Don’t take TD Bank for granted: Step up your game, Quinnipiac. This isn’t directed at the teams, but the student body.

You have access to one of the prime sports facilities in Connecticut aside from UConn’s Harry A. Gampel Pavilion, and you are not taking advantage of it.

Tickets at the TD Bank Sports Center are free with the swipe of a Q-card and you are either a shuttle ride away or you’re in walking distance. So why don’t you go to the games?

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Lack of fans give home team disadvantage: The Cameron Crazies. The Dog Pound. The Bleacher Creatures.

Those are just some examples of a the most intense groups of fans in all of sports. While Quinnipiac University undoubtedly has its fair share of passionate fans, including those involved with the QU Spirit Group, it has been clear of late that student support for Bobcats sports is dwindling.

Whatever the reason may be, the lack of students at basketball and hockey games has been nothing short of shocking. With the amenities available at York Hill alongside the $52 million arenas, it is surprising to see so many students uninterested in attending games.

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