WalletHub.com recently crunched some numbers, compared and contrasted various criteria and produced a list of the best and worst cities for football fans in America.

Read here for a full explanation of their methodology. Essentially they looked at the 245 largest cities in the U.S. with NFL and college football teams and measured the number and quality of teams, fan passion, cost of attendance, etc.

The didn’t break it down by conference, but that’s why we’re here.

Clemson, S.C., home of the Tigers, was the highest-ranked college town, finishing No. 2 overall behind Green Bay, Wis.

Here is how WalletHub.com ranked the 14 SEC cities:

RankSEC cityPerformanceFan experience
4Tuscaloosa, Ala.419
10Baton Rouge, La.1546
41Starkville, Miss.8511
57Nashville, Tenn.42171
66Columbia, S.C.13137
 74Fayetteville, Ark.9557
98Gainesville, Fla.108103
110Auburn, Ala.34203
162Oxford, Miss.67196
176Athens, Ga.32215
197Knoxville, Tenn.70202
203College Station, Texas53209
207Columbia, Mo.51218
240Lexington, Ky.202238