Alabama leads Week 12 SEC attendance figures
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.
— Tyler Waldrep (@tylerwaldrep) November 21, 2015
Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri and Vanderbilt also honored its seniors.
— UGA Football Live (@UGAfootballLive) November 21, 2015
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:
|100,611||Charleston So. at Alabama||Nov. 21||Bryant-Denny Stadium|
|92,746||Georgia So. at Georgia||Nov. 21||Sanford Stadium|
|90,107||FAU at Florida||Nov. 21||Ben Hill Griffin Stadium|
|87,451||Idaho at Auburn||Nov. 21||Jordan-Hare Stadium|
|77,241||Citadel at South Carolina||Nov. 21||Williams-Brice Stadium|
|71,936||Miss. State at Arkansas||Nov. 21||Razorback Stadium|
|60,705||LSU at Ole Miss||Nov. 21||Vaught-Hemingway Stadium|
|59,575||Tennessee at Missouri||Nov. 21||Memorial Stadium|
|56,195||Charlotte at Kentucky||Nov. 21||Commonwealth Stadium|
|32,482||Texas A&M at Vanderbilt||Nov. 21||Vanderbilt Stadium|