Record crowds watched LSU win the Texas Bowl and Auburn dominate the Birmingham Bowl.

The Sugar Bowl was so packed fans at home complained they couldn’t hear the announcers describing Ole Miss’ thorough beatdown of Oklahoma State.

The Outback Bowl didn’t set a record, but Tennessee fans, dressed in orange, made Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium look like the creamsicle filled Old Sombrero.

Arkansas turned its Liberty Bowl date with Kansas State into a home game, just missing setting another record.

The tweets and numbers on another successful SEC bowl season, which isn’t quite finished. Alabama will play Clemson for the national championship on Jan. 11.

Here’s a rundown of the SEC’s attendance for its first 10 bowl games:

Bowl Game Teams Stadium Attendance Capacity
Belk Bowl Miss. State vs. N.C. State Bank of America Stadium  46,423 73,298
Birmingham Bowl Auburn vs. Memphis Legion Field  59,430 71,594
Citrus Bowl Florida vs. Michigan Florida Citrus Bowl 63,113 70,000
Cotton Bowl Alabama vs. Michigan State AT&T Stadium  82,812  82,812
Liberty Bowl Arkansas vs. Kansas State Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium  61,136 61,008
Music City Bowl Texas A&M vs. Louisville LP Field  50,478 68,798
Outback Bowl Tennessee vs. Northwestern Raymond James Stadium 53,202 65,857
Sugar Bowl Ole Miss vs. Oklahoma State Mercedes-Benz Superdome  72,117 72,003
TaxSlayer Bowl Georgia vs. Penn State EverBank Field  58,212 67,246
Texas Bowl LSU vs. Texas Tech NRG Stadium  71,307 71,054