Spring football attendance numbers for all 14 SEC teams

Bryant-Denny Stadium an hour before kickoff of A-Day.

Vacation is over and the work resumes. Waiting in the email was a lengthy release from the SEC. It had all kinds of nuggets exiting the spring football season.

One stood out. Though Alabama’s A-Day crowd was down 15,000 or so from last April, it was still easily the largest group to watch a spring game in the league. The 78,526 ranked second nationally to Ohio State’s 81,112 in Year 1 of the Urban Meyer era.

Here’s the complete ranking according to the SEC …

  • Alabama 78,526
  • Arkansas 45,250
  • Auburn 43,427
  • Florida  38,100
  • Georgia 44,117
  • Kentucky 4,500
  • LSU 33,000
  • Ole Miss 25,000
  • Mississippi State 22,604
  • Missouri 18,614
  • South Carolina 34,513
  • Tennessee  35,421
  • Texas A&M  15,000
  • Vanderbilt 8,500

Of the 14 total spring games, the average crowd was 31,898. Not bad considering these are glorified practices.


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