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  As expected, the momentum from a 10-win season and a nationally televised primetime matchup against one of college football's premier programs proved to be a box office smash for the Syracuse football program last fall. The university drew an average attendance of 42,164 fans to the Carrier Dome in 2019, according to figures compiled by the NCAA. It's the highest mark since the 2002 season, when an average of 42,259 fans showed up for SU's six home games. Syracuse increased its average attendance by 5,121 fans from the prior season. Only seven programs saw a higher attendance jump in 2019.

The figures are buoyed by a crowd of 50,248 that showed up for the early season home game against Clemson, the program's first home sellout since Donovan McNabb was taking snaps in 1998. A record number of new season-ticket sales also strengthened attendance figures, even as the team's performance waned through a 5-7 record. Kansas led the country with an average attendance increase of 14,451 in Les Miles' first season. - The Post-Standard

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