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The Big Ten Is Dominating The Spring Game Attendance Standings

The spring football season is nearing a conclusion. While not every contest has taken place, the majority of college football programs have played their spring games. 

Who's dominating the spring game attendance standings? 

The Big Ten. 

">April 18, 2015

Ohio State set a national spring game attendance record on Saturday, when 99,391 people showed up to watch the Buckeyes' glorified scrimmage. Urban Meyer's team wasn't the only Big Ten squad that had a lot of people watch them play this spring. 

Here are the current spring game attendance standings. Keep in mind, not every game has been played and not every school plays a spring game. Schools can also basically claim whatever attendance number they want, since the ticketing process for most of these contests is far from an exact science. 

Anyway...

1. Ohio State - 99,391
2. Nebraska - 76, 881
3. Penn State - 68,000
4. Alabama - 65,175
5. Auburn - 62,143
6. Michigan - 60,000
7. Georgia - 46,815
8. Oklahoma - 42, 807
9. Clemson - 37,000
10. Missouri - 30,117