Ohio State’s football program set a national spring game attendance record about a week ago, when 100,189 fans showed up to Ohio Stadium to watch the glorified scrimmage.
More more schools held their spring games yesterday and, with those contests, the 2016 spring game season is mostly over.
Here’s how spring game attendances stacked up across the country:
- Ohio State – 100,189
- Georgia – 93,000
- Alabama – 76,212
- Nebraska – 72,992
- Tennessee – 67,027
- Penn State – 65,000
- Michigan State – 51,000
- Clemson – 50,000
- Florida State – 49,913
- Florida – 46,000
Spring game attendance totals were up throughout the country, with the SEC leading the way with more than 500,000 fans showing up to their conference’s spring games.
There are four spring games left to be played – Hawaii, Army, Oregon and Marshall.
It’s unexpected that one of those four schools will have an attendance that places them in the top 10.