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Dan Mullen: I told our fans 'That's not how it works'
It certainly helps when everyone is on board.
During the 2008 season, the last year under head coach Sylvester Croom, Mississippi State averaged 43,453 fans per home game. The Bulldogs finished 4-8 and Dan Mullen was hired to replace Croom as the head coach.
In Mullen’s first year, the average home attendance climbed to 53,792. One year later in 2010, the Bulldogs improved their game day atmosphere and increased the average home attendance to 54,999.
Mullen told ESPN’s Chris Low, “It’s amazing. We came in they told us if you guys win, then we’re gonna sell tickets.”
Mullen was true to his word, leading the Bulldogs to a 9-4 season last year including a Gator Bowl win over Michigan.
“We’ve done a great job of selling tickets and doing everything the right way. The fan base has bought in to everything we are trying to do.”
“They now enjoy the atmosphere on Saturdays as much as anywhere in the country. We are selling out of season-tickets again this year. Hopefully, we’ll continue the streak of selling of the stadium for tenth straight time this season.”
The Bulldog’s home schedule this season includes LSU, LA Tech, South Carolina, UT-Martin, Alabama, and Ole Miss.