SEC football attendance 2013

College football attendance may be down on a national level, but SEC attendance numbers are up for the 2013 regular season.

The SEC averaged 75,444 fans per game last year, and that number has increased to 76,193.

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Four teams averaged maximum or above maximum capacity in 2013: Texas A&M, South Carolina, Mississippi State and Georgia. Alabama, LSU, Florida and Ole Miss all averaged over 98 percent capacity.

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Attendance via NCAA.com

RankInstitutionAccum. Att.Avg Att.Stadium Cap.% Cap.Games
1Texas A&M697,00387,12582,589105.498
2South Carolina576,80582,40180,250102.687
3Mississippi St.389,86855,69555,082101.117
4Georgia556,47692,74692,7461006
5Alabama710,538101,505101,82199.697
6LSU639,92791,41892,40098.947
7Florida524,63887,44088,54898.756
8Ole Miss415,75059,39360,58098.047
9Auburn685,25285,65787,45197.958
10Arkansas*338,61867,72472,00094.065
11Tennessee669,08795,584102,45993.297
12Missouri**444,53263,50568,34992.917
13Vanderbilt249,72835,67540,33088.467
14Kentucky416,30359,47267,60687.977

* Denotes games played at Razorback Stadium and doesn’t take into account War Memorial Stadium attendance
** Faurot Field attendance numbers slightly skewed due to stadium renovations. Actual seating capacity with construction approx. 62,000 and actual stadium capacity approx. 67,000

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