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Sport Stanford, UCLA playing game in an empty stadium

06:50  18 october  2019
06:50  18 october  2019 Source:

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Stanford and UCLA still both have a chance to turn their seasons around and on Thursday night they played a nationally-televised game at Stanford Stadium. Unfortunately, the crowd failed to materialize.

a group of people standing in front of a crowd© Provided by Sportority, Inc. (Minute Media)

Hey, but at least these guys showed up:

Stanford has long had issues packing its stadium and UCLA has played in front of empty seats at the Rose Bowl all season. None of this is a surprise, it's just shocking that the Pac-12 and ESPN would pick this game to broadcast nationally. I get that these games are picked months in advance, but it was easy to see this coming.

There is absolutely no atmosphere and the product on the field is clearly suffering as a result. It's also suffering because both teams are largely awful, but I digress.

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