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True, but another key difference is


people will watch the "best" of lots of subgroups, if they have an emotional attachment - and the right marketing could develop that in ACC soccer. Lots of parents watch really bad kids sports games - obviously not for the talent, but for the attachment.

I like soccer and watch a game now and then, recognize a couple dozen MLS, EPL players by sight, plan around a few games WC, MNT, darbys etc. - but wouldn't say I'm a huge, huge fan.

However, it wouldn't take much of a push for me to start watching weeknight or Sunday afternoon ACC soccer - regardless of "talent". I mostly gave up pro football a while ago, even with better talent than college - it just wasn't as compelling as college, and weeknights it would definitely be better than some idiotic, fake reality or talent show that occupies that time period now.



(In response to this post by chuckd4vt)

Posted: 03/06/2017 at 10:50PM



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  There is definitely opportunity with this. -- hokie-c 03/06/2017 07:30AM
  I don't see college soccer blowing up... -- BROman Hokie 03/06/2017 1:11PM
  Well stated. ** -- Old Line Hokie 03/06/2017 6:45PM
  Both the Cape Cod league -- mancunian 03/07/2017 08:44AM
  Valley League went to wood bats in the early 90s. ** -- mancunian 03/07/2017 11:06AM
  They will not switch due to costs. -- Atlee Hokie 03/07/2017 07:40AM

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