For the second consecutive week, Texas A&M and the renovated Kyle Field topped the SEC attendance list with 103,867, just shy of the school record set against Lamar.

The Aggies racked up another win against Rice and claimed a new national record for student attendance.

Two other SEC stadiums held six-figure crowds Saturday, including Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, La.

Tennessee (at Oklahoma) and Arkansas (at Texas Tech) both traveled West to play Big 12 schools.

The lowest attendance figure in the conference (33,386) witnessed Vanderbilt’s first win of the season, a comeback victory against MAC punching bag Massachussetts.

Mississippi State traveled to Ladd-Peebles Stadium, home of the Senior Bowl, as part of a two-for-one series with South Alabama, which set a school attendance record of 38,129.

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

Here are the attendance figures from all 14 SEC schools in Week 3.

AttendanceGameDateVenue
103,867Rice at Texas A&MSept. 13Kyle Field
101,821Southern Miss at AlabamaSept. 13Bryant-Denny Stadium
101,194Louisiana-Monroe at LSUSept. 13Tiger Stadium
88,334Kentucky at FloridaSept. 13Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
85,622Tennessee at OklahomaSept. 13Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium
84,232Georgia at South CarolinaSept. 13Williams-Brice Stadium
60,937Louisiana-Lafayette at Ole MissSept. 13Vaught-Hemingway Stadium
60,348UCF at MissouriSept. 13Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field
60,277Arkansas at Texas TechSept. 13Jones AT&T Stadium
38,129Mississippi State at South AlabamaSept. 13Ladd-Peebles Stadium
33,386Massachussetts at VanderbiltSept. 13Vanderbilt Stadium