It’s Spring and the 2017 college football season is approaching. There is always a universal excitement in the air when getting closer to the start of the college football season. In the SEC, that’s no exception as all 14 schools prepared for the upcoming 2017 season.
Most of the teams in the SEC had a spring game with a traditional scrimmage to help bring enthusiasm to fans about the upcoming season. It’s important to note that some schools had a spring showcase, which consisted of situational drills or practice instead of a scrimmage.
To see how your favorite SEC school fared in attendance. Here is the latest list of SEC schools’ 2017 spring game attendance figures after the Kentucky and Missouri spring games.
|4. Texas A&M||21,000||4/8|
|5. Mississippi State||16,630||4/8|
|7. South Carolina||12,345||4/1|
|8. Ole Miss||8,000||4/8|
South Carolina had about 12,000 in attendance at their spring game, but both men’s and women’s basketball teams were playing in the NCAA Final Four the same weekend.
Ole Miss had the lowest spring game attendance with about 8,000 in attendance.
Vanderbilt did not have a spring game but a spring showcase.
Florida’s Orange & Blue game and Auburn’s A-Day game have been the most attended spring games in the SEC so far.
Georgia set an SEC-record last year with 93,000 in attendance at the 2016 G-Day game.
Alabama’s A-Day should have a large attendance as it has in the past. Last season the Crimson Tide had a spring game attendance of 76,212.
Tennessee has had some record spring game attendance with 67,027 at last year Orange and White game.
Here are the remaining SEC Spring Games: