ESPN: Attendance down across the ACC in 2012


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ESPN: Attendance down across the ACC in 2012

From ESPN:

Here are the averages for all 12 ACC schools, along with future members Pitt, Syracuse and Louisville. I also list whether attendance is up or down over 2011.
Clemson: 79,429, Up 2 percent
Florida State: 75,601, Down 3 percent
Virginia Tech: 65,632, Negligible decrease
NC State: 54,106, Down 4 percent
North Carolina:50,286, Down 10 percent
Louisville: 49,991, Up 3 percent
Miami: 47,719, Up 2 percent
Virginia: 46,650, Down 3 percent
Georgia Tech: 43,955, Down 9 percent
Pitt: 41,494, Down 10 percent
Syracuse: 39,507, Down 6 percent
Boston College: 37,020, Up 4 percent
Maryland:36,023, Down 15 percent
Wake Forest: 28,912, Down 10 percent
Duke: 28,170, Up 15 percent

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