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Blue-Green Rivalry, college soccer's biggest rivalry
October 28th, 2010 2:15AM

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[CROWD COUNT] They call it the Blue-Green Rivalry, and it's become the biggest rivalry in college soccer. A crowd of 8,125 turned out in San Luis Obispo on Wednesday night to watch Cal Poly knock off No. 13 UC Santa Barbara. The two schools have now drawn the four largest crowds of the 2010 men's season. For this year's top 15 men's crowds ...

2010 Top 15 Men's Crowds:
15,896 UC Santa Barbara-UC LA
11,242 UC Santa Barbara-Duke
8,717 Cal Poly-UCLA
8,125 Cal Poly-UC Santa Barbara
7,260 Maryland-Duke
7,255 Ohio State-Akron
6,449
UC Santa Barbara-UC Davis
6,157 South Carolina-Clemson
6,057
UC Santa Barbara-Cal Poly
5,266 Saint Louis-Drake
5,126
UC Santa Barbara-Cal State Northridge
4,744 Akron-Tulsa
4,675 Duke-North Carolina
4,583 Wake Forest-Akron
4,477 Connecticut-Seton Hall



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