Monrovia had quite a crowd at Lucas Oil Stadium for the Class 2A state championship Friday.
But the Bulldogs seem to travel well.
Last week in Monrovia's 30-13 semistate win over Paoli at Plainfield, the estimated crowd was more than 8,000 fans. Not bad for a school with 473 students and a town southwest of Indianapolis of an estimated 654 people.
Apparently the following for Monrovia was increased because some schools around the area were jumping on the Bulldog bandwagon.
Monrovia had about a 2-1 advantage over the fans for Bishop Luers, filling up one side of The Luke.
So there's one advantage the Bulldogs have over the Knights.