USF offering free parking to first 300 student vehicles at Saturday's game

Posted at 7:23 AM, Oct 14, 2016

The USF football team (5-1) has been on it's A-game, but student attendance has not.

A new initiative will hopefully rectify the problem. USF Athletics announced they will offer free parking to the first 300 student vehicles in Saturday's game against UConn.

According to The Daily Stampede, the attendance during last week's Homecoming game was 16,585. It was "the worst in USF's 20-year Homecoming history."

The vehicle should be carrying at least four students. Parking will be at Lot 8 at Raymond James Stadium.

Kickoff is at 7 p.m.