April 21, 2012; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions quarterback Paul Jones (7) celebrates a touchdown pass to tight end Matt Lehman (84) in the fourth quarter of the spring game at Beaver Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rob Christy-US PRESSWIRE

2012 College Football Spring Game Attendances

With Spring practice in the books across the country, let’s take a look at some attendances from the Spring Games which serve as the closing moment of Spring.

Keep in mind that some schools charge a small fee for these games, some don’t. Also, some estimate attendance while others present exact numbers.

Ohio State- 81,112 Well done, Brutus.

Alabama- 78,526 Not a shocker that Bama fanned up.

Penn State- 60,000 The atmosphere outside Beaver Stadium was like a gameday, some folks didn’t make it inside.

Texas- 46,000

Arkansas- 45,250 They played after UGA and just edged them out. Interesting… ENOUGH WITH THE LIES!

Georgia- 44,117

Auburn- 43,427

Florida State- 40,631

Florida- 38,000 Florida and FSU way ahead of Miami.

South Carolina- 34,513 Solid showing all across the SEC.

LSU- 33,000 I guess 6-3 games are only fun to watch in the fall.

Clemson- 28,000

Michigan- 25,000 Seems a little low, given the buzz.

Michigan State- 20,000 Little brothered again.

Oklahoma- 20,000

Boise State- 17,123

North Carolina- 17,000 Not bad for a basketball school.

Southern California- 15,515 Get these people an NFL team!!!…

Iowa- 15,000 Surprised this isn’t much higher. There’s NOTHING else that they could have been doing.

Wisconsin- 10, 479 Back to back Rose Bowls? Come on Wisky!

Miami- 10,000 Great program, terrible sports town.

Army- 10,000 That number for Miami is bad, but for Army it is fantastic.

Virginia- 8,500 Not quite there yet.

Stanford- 5,000 Must have been held on the same day as some big test that I don’t understand.

Arizona- 4,800 Rich Rod didn’t bring much hype, but it was also 139 degrees.

Pitt- 4,617 Damn near sold out the high school stadium where the game was held.

Illinois- 3,000

Baylor- 2,750 Missing RG3.

Temple- 2,500 Midseason form.

Boston College- 200  Two hundred. More people will stand outside of Target on Thanksgiving to save $17 on a TV.

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