"It’s not as fun when the Gators aren’t winning," the criminology and law and anthropology senior said. "If it becomes a season where games are worth watching, I’ll go. But I’m not motivated to go get unclaimed tickets right now."
Antony Rivera, a 19-year-old information systems sophomore, said he got the student ticket lottery his freshman year but only went to one game. He said his friends never went, he didn’t have much time and the Gators’ losing streak last season was a "turn-off."
"I personally thought it was a bad investment," he said. "If you’re there and your team is losing, you’re just sitting there and that’s never fun in any kind of event."