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The Most Popular College Football Team By State


We’ve seen Hate Maps, but now it’s time for a Love Map.

This one courtesy of TicketCity, which used social metrics, Google analytics and ticket pricing data to determine which college football teams were loved the most in each state.

Some states aren’t much of a surprise — Notre Dame in Indiana, USC in California, but what’s going on in the state of Texas?

According to TicketCity, Texas A&M has a huge following on social media with twice as many Twitter followers and five times as many Facebook fans. Couple that with the fact that their tickets are averaging a higher price than the Longhorns and the Aggies easily are now the most popular team in the state.

Florida might be home to the national champion Florida State Seminoles, but the Gators are still the most popular team in the state of Florida.

via CBSSports

Study: Harvard, Not BC, Is Most Popular College Football Team In Mass.

UMass’ promotion two years ago gave the state of Massachusetts two participants in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision. But, according to data compiled by TicketCity, neither is the commonwealth’s most popular college football team.

That honor instead goes to Harvard, which quietly has built a reputation as one of the nation’s most consistently successful programs.

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The United States of college football [map]

Can you feel it in the air?

That chill is the anticipation of a season full of college football, and just to get you even more geared up, TicketCity presents the United States of College Football map, which is sure to rev the engines of all fans not represented…yet.

For example, Illini fans, beware, because your neighbor to the north (and west) is creeping into your territory, and missed taking the coveted state title by a frighteningly narrow margin. Really, guys, you’re going to let Northwestern steal your thunder?

How did they arrive at their conclusions, though, you might ask?

To determine which college football team is the most popular in each state, we factored in four pieces of data for all Division I football teams (FBS and FCS). The first two data points were culled from social media; the number of Facebook fans and Twitter followers that each football team’s official page has. Next, we used Google Tools to pull the monthly average number of searches conducted for each team by users in that team’s state. Lastly, we used the median price of tickets on the secondary market for the upcoming season. As the price of tickets is a strong indicator of demand, we weighed that factor heavier than the other three. We then indexed the data points and ranked the teams accordingly.

Via TicketCity.

Are you ready for some football?