Only a handful of college football programs can touch 100,000 people in the stands for a single game. Ohio State just topped six digits for its sold out spring game, breaking its own spring attendance record in the process.
Attendance announced at 100,189 at OSU pic.twitter.com/lf6kaFjtGG
— Steve Helwagen (@SteveHelwagen) April 16, 2016
Ohio State draws 100,189 fans at its spring game. Wow. Only five FBS teams (incl. Buckeyes) averaged more per game in 2015.
— Paul Myerberg (@PaulMyerberg) April 16, 2016
100,189 in attendance for a glorified practice at Ohio Stadium…but scholarships for these kids are enough.
— Ben Axelrod (@BenAxelrod) April 16, 2016
There were other big spring games today, but Ohio State’s attendance mark blows the competition away.
4/16 Spring Game attendance numbers:
100,189 – Ohio State
72,992 – Nebraska
67,027 – Tennessee
65,000 – Penn State
28,441 – Kentucky
— Pick Six Previews (@PickSixPreviews) April 16, 2016
Urban Meyer wanted 100,000 fans in the building today, and he got it. Incredibly impressive turnout for the Buckeye faithful.