Spring is here. By the end of next week, all but one SEC team (Arkansas) will be in the midst of spring practice.

Vanderbilt stages its annual spring game two weeks from Friday, which got us thinking: what is the attendance record for the spring game at all 14 SEC programs?

These are unofficial, as some teams never have announced a “record.”

It’s tough to top the passion and interest in football that exists in the state of Alabama, as both the Crimson Tide and the Tigers have a huge lead over the third-most attended record spring game.

These numbers don’t matter much, other than to give SEC fans a sense of pride in how much passion they have for the game, as conference teams dominate the most-attended spring game lists every year.

Two teams, Georgia and Missouri, set all-time spring game attendance bests in 2015. Overall, the Big Ten (Ohio State, Nebraska, Penn State) claimed the top three spots in last year’s unofficial spring attendance charts. But Alabama, Tennessee, Auburn and Georgia were close behind.

Also, 11 of the 14 SEC programs have set spring attendance records since 2010.

TeamAttendanceYear
Alabama92,3102011
Auburn83,4012013
Tennessee73,8011986
Florida65,0002009
Arkansas51,0882013
Kentucky50,8312013
Georgia46,8152015
Texas A&M45,2122013
South Carolina38,8062005
Mississippi State36,3572011
LSU33,6242008
Ole Miss30,2992010
Missouri30,1172015
Vanderbilt14,0002013

Here are the attendance figures from the last two spring games. Due to stadium construction, Kentucky and Texas A&M did not hold spring games. Ole Miss is declining to stage a game this year.

School2015 Attendance2014 Attendance
Alabama65,17573,506
Tennessee63,01668,548
Auburn62,14370,645
Georgia46,81546,073
Arkansas41,22030,000
Mizzou30,11723,121
South Carolina22,58036,412
Mississippi State21,50021,710
Florida21,00035,834
Ole Miss15,00015,000
LSUEst. 15,00018,565
Vanderbilt5,0008,400
KentuckyN/A35,117
Texas A&MN/AN/A