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Who had the best attendance averages in the country during this past college football season? It was all Big Ten...
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YMCA16 months
They attend all of the regular season games in the BIG 10 bc they know their postseason runs will be short lived.
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Jboney268816 months
They may have had the top three teams. But I guarantee you the SEC leads total attendance as a conference.
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VolNavy9816 months
But yet it still didn’t help them when it matter the most. The CFP!!!
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PeleofAnalytics16 months
And Neyland's average attendance this year being about 20k more than Williams-Brice didn't help Tennessee this year. So what? Those teams have big stadiums and loyal fans. Why are you salty about a list?
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John Casey16 months
Because they all have higher seating capacity than any SEC venue.

1. A&M (Kyle Field) - 102,733
2. Tennessee (Neyland) - 102,455
3. LSU (Tiger Stadium) - 102,321
4. Alabama (Bryant-Denny) - 101,821
5. Georgia (Sanford) - 92,746
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UGATiger2616 months
Just curious...might this have anything to do with much milder weather in August/September? 95+ degree heat and southern humidity combined with a noon kickoff against Northwestern Arkansas State tends to lead to lower attendance IMO.
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NJLSU16 months
Number of factors, but weather can always attribute to it, stadium capacity as many have said, and what not. As far as I know, amongst those three teams, there was good weather for the majority of the season as well.
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redfish9916 months
Seems legit. They do pack the stadiums for the out of conference rent a wins. Good on em
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LSUfourLife16 months
This is really interesting. I wonder how they are bucking the national trend toward smaller stadium crowds.
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CAD703X16 months
now do big ten teams still in the playoffs
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LSUfan444416 months
It just means more
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