UCLA Sets Record-Low Attendance At Rose Bowl, Stadium Looked Completely Empty

UCLA got their first win of the season Saturday but unfortunately not many people show up to watch the game.

According to the LA Times’ reporter Ben Bolch, UCLA’s Week 1 game vs. Bowling Green drew a record-low crowd at the Rose Bowl after only 27,143 showed up the game.

Videos showed rows and rows of empty seats inside the Rose Bowl.

UCLA was not the only the LA to have to have trouble drawing card.

Across town, USC had to close off certain sections of the LA Memorial Coliseum because a lot of people didn’t show up to the game.

It is worth noting that it was extremely hot in South California today and fans likely opted to stay home instead of face the heat during the first week of the college football season.

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