Apparently there aren’t a lot of takers for ice, snow, and couple of average football teams (Maryland and Nevada) duking it out on a blue field.
According to this article (on the hopes for a big crowd), the University of Maryland has sold 16 tickets so far and Nevada has sold 8. That’s 24 tickets. Total.
Even the parents and loved ones don’t seem too eager to make this trip, which I find disgraceful. How many times in your life will you have the opportunity to watch your son hold up that trophy in front of the world (read: hundreds of frozen locals who got in for free) and be named champion of the Humanitarian Bowl?