The renovated Kyle Field in College Station, Texas, now holds 106,511, which makes it the third-largest venue in college football (behind Michigan and Penn State) and the largest in the SEC (ahead of Tennessee).

Texas A&M set a stadium record with 104,728 against Lamar on Saturday, mostly undeterred by a lightning delay of two hours, 12 minutes. The Aggies rewarded them with a 73-point outburst.

With eight home games on the schedule, Vanderbilt moved its SEC opener against Ole Miss to LP Field, home of the Tennessee Titans. At least campus employees and stadium workers may have been spared another embarrassing defeat, but 43,260 did attend in Nashville.

The lowest attendance figure in the conference (24,196) came at the Glass Bowl in Toledo, Ohio, where the Rockets hosted Missouri and Gary Pinkel.

LSU and Alabama both enjoyed crowds of more than 100,000 despite weak opponents, while Tennessee fell 462 fans short of six-figure attendance.

Ten of the 13 SEC teams in action played true home games, while Georgia didn’t have a game.

Here are the attendance figures from all 14 SEC schools in Week 2.

Attendance Game Date Venue
104,728 Lamar at Texas A&M Sept. 6 Kyle Field
100,338 Sam Houston State at LSU Sept. 6 Tiger Stadium
100,306 Florida Atlantic at Alabama Sept. 6 Bryant-Denny Stadium
99,538 Arkansas State at Tennessee Sept. 6 Neyland Stadium
87,451 San Jose State at Auburn Sept. 6 Jordan-Hare Stadium
81,049 Eastern Michigan at Florida Sept. 6 Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
80,899 East Carolina at South Carolina Sept. 6 Williams-Brice Stadium
63,108 Nicholls State at Arkansas Sept. 6 Donald W. Williams Razorback Stadium
57,704 UAB at Mississippi State Sept. 6 Davis-Wade Stadium
51,910 Ohio at Kentucky Sept. 6 Commonwealth Stadium
43,260 Ole Miss vs. Vanderbilt Sept. 6 LP Field
24,196 Missouri at Toledo Sept. 6 Glass Bowl