SEC's top crowds

January, 20, 2011
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The latest NCAA attendance figures are out. Here is where each SEC school is ranked:

Accumulated attendance
  • No. 4: Alabama (712,747)
  • No. 6: Tennessee (698,465)
  • No. 7: Auburn (688,692)
  • No. 8: LSU (649,023)
  • No. 9: Florida (633,579)
  • No. 14: Georgia (556,476)
  • No. 15: South Carolina (536,675)
  • No. 23: Kentucky (462,488)
  • No. 24: Arkansas (413,591)
  • No. 28: Ole Miss (391,289)
  • No. 30: Mississippi State (384,995)
  • No. 70: Vanderbilt (232,885)
Average attendance per game
  • No. 4: Alabama (101,821)
  • No. 6: Tennessee (99,781)
  • No. 7: Georgia (92,746)
  • No. 8: LSU (92,718)
  • No. 9: Florida (90,511)
  • No. 10: Auburn (86,087)
  • No. 17: South Carolina (76,668)
  • No. 22: Arkansas (68,932)
  • No. 25: Kentucky (66,070)
  • No. 35: Ole Miss (55,898)
  • No. 37: Mississippi State (54,999)
  • No. 72: Vanderbilt (33,269)
Thoughts: The numbers pretty well speak for themselves. Six of the top 10 average attendances in college football this season belonged to SEC teams.

Sorted by percent of capacity
  • No. 2: Alabama (110.5 percent)
  • No. 9: Florida (102.2)
  • No. 13: LSU (100.3)
  • No. 15: Georgia (100)
  • No. 19: Mississippi State (99.8)
  • No. 29: Auburn (98.4)
  • No. 31: Kentucky (97.7)
  • No. 32: Tennessee (97.3)
  • No. 39: Arkansas (95.7)
  • No. 42: South Carolina (95.5)
  • No. 45: Ole Miss (92.2)
  • No. 60: Vanderbilt (83.6)
Thoughts: Who says SEC football isn’t a religion? Of the 12 teams in the league, 11 have their stadiums at 92 percent capacity or better on Saturdays. Four were at 100 percent capacity or better this season. They must have squeezed them in pretty good at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

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