College football is back in Pueblo, Colo., and the crowds are there to prove it.
Colorado State University at Pueblo reintroduced the sport this fall as a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference after a 24-year absence. Thus far, the turnstiles show the program to be a hit — at least in fan support. Through three home games, the Thunderwolves have drawn an average of nearly 8,100 fans a game, according to CSUP. The Sept. 6 opener vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State attracted a crowd of nearly 10,000 — huge by NCAA Division II standards.
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