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    Spring Attendances from around the country

    I don't know if this has been posted, but I've put together this thread on several boards, and thought I'd share it here.

    Here are the rankings for recorded spring game attendances:

    Alabama - 92138
    Ohio State - 75310
    Penn State - 71000
    Nebraska - 54288
    Notre Dame - 51852
    Florida - 47500
    Texas - 42500
    South Carolina - 35153
    Auburn - 31757
    Louisville - 28000
    Florida State - 25000
    Michigan State - 25000
    Texas A&M - 24212
    Georgia - 21407
    Oklahoma - 21020
    Clemson - 20000
    Iowa - 19000
    Wisconsin - 18020
    Tennessee - 17409
    Ole Miss - 17000
    BYU - 16752
    Kansas State - 16732
    Minnesota - 15000
    Oklahoma State - 15000
    USC - 15000
    NC State - 14800
    LSU - 14375
    Rutgers - 11079
    Illinois - 10000
    Missouri - 10000
    Arizona - 9500
    Kansas - 8000
    Marshall - 7922
    Iowa State - 7000
    Miami - 7000
    Boise State - 6831
    Colorado - 6000
    Michigan - 5500
    Arizona State - 5250
    Cincinnati - 5200
    Kentucky - 5000
    Mississippi St - 5000
    Colorado State - 4631
    Arkansas - 4000
    West Virginia - 3500
    California - 2000
    Syracuse - 2000
    Vanderbilt - 2000
    Virginia - 1000
    Indiana - 600

    SEC Attendances
    Alabama - 92,000
    Florida - 47,500
    South Carolina - 35,153
    Auburn - 31,757
    Georgia - 21,407
    Tennessee - 17,409
    Ole Miss - 17,000
    LSU - 14,375
    Kentucky - 5,000
    Mississippi State - 4,000
    Vanderbilt - 2,000

    BigTen Attendances
    Ohio State - 75,310
    Penn State - 71,000
    Michigan State 25,000
    Iowa - 19,000
    Wisconsin - 18,020
    Minnesota - 15,000
    Illinois - 10,000
    Michigan - 5,500
    Indiana - 600

    Big12 Attendances
    Nebraska - 54,288
    Texas - 42,500
    Texas A&M - 24,212
    Oklahoma - 21,020
    Kansas State - 16,732
    Missouri - 10,000
    Kansas - 8,000
    Iowa State - 7,000
    Colorado - 6,000

    BigEast Attendances
    Louisville - 28,000
    Rutgers - 11,079
    Cincinnati - 5,200
    West Virginia - 3,500
    Syracuse - 2,000

    Pac10 Attendances
    USC - 15,000
    Arizona - 9,500
    Arizona State - 5,250
    California - 2,000

    ACC Attendances
    Florida State - 25,000
    Clemson - 20,000
    NC State - 14,800
    Miami - 7,000
    Virginia - 1,000

    Misc. Attendances
    Notre Dame - 51,852
    BYU - 16,752
    Marshall - 7,922
    Boise State - 6,831
    Colorado State - 4,631

    Overall Conference Rankings
    SEC - 287,601
    BigTen - 239,430
    Big12 - 180,752
    ACC - 67,800
    BigEast - 49,779
    Pac10 - 31,750


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    Re: Spring Attendances from around the country

    Can't believe Michigan was so low




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    Re: Spring Attendances from around the country

    Quote Originally Posted by kgreeny View Post
    Can't believe Michigan was so low
    Yeah, did they tell people at the last second or something? Very strange.

    Indiana - 600.
    Ouch.



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    Re: Spring Attendances from around the country

    It just sucks to see ISU near the bottom of the big 12 on yet another thing...


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    Re: Spring Attendances from around the country

    Not that it matters but I see no way in heck that Colorado got near us in attendance with their pathetic fans.



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    Re: Spring Attendances from around the country

    Quote Originally Posted by kgreeny View Post
    Can't believe Michigan was so low
    a buddy of mine from Detroit said they are doing renovations on the Big House. Not sure if this was a factor or not...... maybe the weather was awful?


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