Spring Football Game Attendance Numbers 2014: 25 Highest Turnouts

With the majority of spring football games in the books, it’s time to take a look at the leaders in highest attendance numbers for 2014.

As usual, Alabama fans poured into Tuscaloosa for the spring game. The Crimson Tide welcomed 73,506 strong into Bryant-Denny Stadium, as well as three marriage proposals.

Penn State is now one spring into the James Franklin-era. A total of 72,000 Nittany Lion fans packed Beaver Stadium to get their first glimpse of the new regime.

Coming off a national runner-up finish, Auburn also eclipsed the 70,000 mark with 70,465 fans. By comparison, national champion FSU welcomed 36,000 fans into Doak Campbell Stadium.

Three teams found themselves in the 60,000 attendance range: Tennessee (68,548), Nebraska (61,772), and Ohio State (61,058).

Despite one of the worst seasons in recent history for the Florida Gators, 35,834 fans still piled into The Swamp to see what new offensive coordinator Kurt Roper was working with.

Following are the top 25 highest attendance numbers for this year’s spring football, courtesy of SB Nation. As the final few games play out, we will update with any changes to this list.

Note: Numbers are approximations, as official attendance tends to fluctuate

School – Attendance
  1. Alabama 73,506
  2. Penn State 72,000
  3. Auburn 70,465
  4. Tennessee 68,548
  5. Nebraska 61,772
  6. Ohio State 61,058
  7. Georgia 46,073
  8. Oklahoma 43,500
  9. South Carolina 36,412
  10. Florida State 36,000
  11. Florida 35,834
  12. Clemson 33,000
  13. Texas 30,000
  14. Notre Dame 27,986
  15. Louisville 27,500
  16. Missouri 23,000
  17. Mississippi State 21,710
  18. Texas Tech 19,500
  19. LSU 18,565
  20. USC 17,500
  21. Michigan 15,000
  22. Ole Miss 15,000
  23. Boise State 13,822
  24. Utah 12,056
  25. West Virginia 10,000

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