Posted September 26, 2013 on
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LAS CRUCES SUN - New Mexico State University will now offer incentives for students to attend home football games and stay to the end.
President Garrey Carruthers and members of the local community chipped in for the prizes -- $2,000, $250 and a VIP parking pass -- to help raise student attendance numbers. Only donated funds, no tuition or state funds, will be used for the program...
Football fans can be notorious for jumping on and off the bandwagon as their team rises and falls. However, when the team in question has not risen in some time--like New Mexico State--it can be kind of hard to get fans to jump back on the wagon.
But the folks in Albuquerque may have figured out a way to get the students to stay--bribery.