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  1. A Presentation of:Donald I. Price and Kabir C. Sen’s Economic Analysis:The Demand for Game Day Attendance in College Football: An Analysis of the 1997 Division 1-A Season By: Mark Groza Computer skills for economic analysis November 2004

  2. Independent Variables Game Specific Variable Team Specific Variables University Specific Variables Dependant Variable Attendance The Variables effecting game day attendance. Mark Groza Computer Skills for Economic Analysis (November 2004)

  3. Positively Correlated Quality of Game Quality of Home Team Quality of Visiting Team Tradition of Game Negatively Correlated Ticket Price Point in season Precipitation Degrees Below Normal The Game specific Variables • Either Negative or Positive Correlation • Conference of Visiting team • Television Broadcast • Difference in Home and Visiting Teams’ Records • When Game is played Mark Groza Computer Skills for Economic Analysis (November 2004)

  4. Positive Correlation Number of consecutive years the college has had a football team Bowl Record Negative Correlation Number of Division 1-A schools per the home state’s population Team Specific Variables • Either Negative or Positive Correlation • Stadium on or off campus • Domed or open air stadium Mark Groza Computer Skills for Economic Analysis (November 2004)

  5. Positive correlation Size of student body Percentage of students living on campus Stadium capacity Negative Correlation Nearby pro team (within 30 miles) University Specific Variables • Either Positive or Negative Correlation • Male Female ratio Mark Groza Computer Skills for Economic Analysis (November 2004)

  6. Conclusion • Game day attendance is affected by a broad range of factors. • Membership in specific conferences influence fan support the most. • Campuses with large enrollments and few off campus students attract more fans. Mark Groza Computer Skills for Economic Analysis (November 2004)