Big crowds, if not necessarily capacity crowds, said goodbye as five SEC teams celebrated Senior Day on Saturday.

Alabama led the way, drawing 100,611 at Bryant-Denny Stadium. It was the fifth time this season the Tide topped 100,000 in attendance.

Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri and Vanderbilt also  honored its seniors.

Home teams went 6-4 on Saturday, the most shocking loss being South Carolina’s 23-22 setback against The Citadel.

Here are the attendance figures from all 10 SEC Week 12 contests:

100,611Charleston So. at AlabamaNov. 21Bryant-Denny Stadium
92,746Georgia So. at GeorgiaNov. 21Sanford Stadium
90,107FAU at FloridaNov. 21Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
87,451Idaho at AuburnNov. 21Jordan-Hare Stadium
77,241Citadel at South CarolinaNov. 21Williams-Brice Stadium
71,936Miss. State at ArkansasNov. 21Razorback Stadium
60,705LSU at Ole MissNov. 21Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
59,575Tennessee at MissouriNov. 21Memorial Stadium
56,195Charlotte at KentuckyNov. 21Commonwealth Stadium
32,482Texas A&M at VanderbiltNov. 21Vanderbilt Stadium