College football attendance is down overall, but the top schools in the country are still drawing tons of fans each week. With that in mind, here are the 5 Pac-12 Teams With The Highest Attendance In 2015.
(Number represents average # of fans per home game)
5) Arizona State Sun Devils - 52,712 - #38 nationally
The Sun Devils' squandered last year's momentum, finishing 6-7 on the season after a Cactus Bowl loss to West Virginia. Fans responded in kind as the program saw an 8% drop in attendance.
4) Oregon Ducks - 57,631 - #32 nationally
Stop accusing Ducks fans of being a "fair-weather" sort. The sellout streak continues, with the program's above-capacity attendance remaining about level with last year's run to the title game.
3) Washington Huskies - 61,919 - #25 nationally
The Huskies had a solid season under head coach Chris Peterson, but did see a 4% decrease in attendance. Still, they're one of just three programs in the conference drawing 60,000 or more.
2) UCLA Bruins - 66,858 - #22 nationally
The UCLA Bruins were a fantastic story early in the season with freshman sensation Josh Rosen at the reins, but things tapered off as they finished one game short of a Pac-12 title berth. UCLA saw the worst drop-off of the Pac-12 teams on this list, with attendance down 13%.
1) USC Trojans - 75,538 - #18 nationally
Steve Sarkisian gets fired. The team soldiers through turmoil to make the Pac-12 title game. The fans stay loyal while actually increasing their turnout by 3%. USC is the undisputed king of Southern California football, NFL relocation rumors or not.Back to the Pac-12 Newsfeed