It’s spring game season. College football programs across the country have either had or are preparing to have their glorified exhibition games this month.
We’ve had some good (and some bad) spring game crowds so far. Programs like Ohio State, Oklahoma, Clemson, Florida and Florida State, among others, all had impressive turnouts for their games. Here’s a look at some of the best crowds so far.
Photos: Best spring game crowds so far
Ohio State: 47,803
As you can see here, portion of B-deck where fans would typically would be sitting closed off for construction at Ohio Stadium today. pic.twitter.com/fdXKcsXE1g
— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) April 14, 2018
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Florida State: 60,900
— Warchant.com (@Warchant) April 15, 2018
Texas A&M: 48,129
A look at the crowd inside Kyle Field at the end of the first quarter. pic.twitter.com/zB29jyNvkX
— Ben Baby (@Ben_Baby) April 14, 2018
A couple of major programs that have yet to have their spring games could end up having the top two. Alabama and Nebraska will have their games later this month. Both are expected to have massive crowds. The Huskers, with the debut of Scott Frost, could end up having the No. 1 crowd this year. They might end up with 80,000-plus fans inside Memorial Stadium.