The 30 Largest College Football Stadiums

Head Coach Urban Meyer of the Ohio State Buckeyes hugs Quarterback Cardale Jones #12 in the fourth quarter against the Oregon Ducks during the College Football Playoff National Championship Game at AT&T Stadium on January 12, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) Tom Pennington/Getty Images

It’s summer bar bet season and I figured there’s no better way to send you into a nice May weekend then by posting the thirty college football stadiums with the highest attendance in 2014. 

Memorize these figures and you’ll win bar bets aplenty this fall. 

1. Ohio State 106,296

2. Texas A&M 105,123

3. Michigan 104,909

4. LSU 101,723

5. Penn State 101,623

6. Alabama 101,534

7. Tennessee 99,754

8. Texas 94,103

9. Georgia 92,746

10. Nebraska 91,249

11. Auburn 87,451

12. Florida 85,834

13. Oklahoma 85,162

14. Florida St. 82,211

15. Clemson 81,752

16. South Carolina 81,381

17. Notre Dame 80,795

18. Wisconsin 79,520

19. UCLA 76,650

20. Michigan State 74,681

21. Southern California 73,272

22. Iowa 67,512

23. Arkansas 66,521

24. Missouri 65,285

25. Washington 64,508

26. Ole Miss 61,547

27. Virginia Tech 61,157

28. Mississippi State 61,127

29. Texas Tech 58,934

30. Kentucky 57,572

And since we break everything down by conference. 

The SEC has 13 of the top 30 largest stadiums — only Vanderbilt isn’t in the thirty largest — the Big Ten has seven, the ACC has three, the Big 12 has three, and the Pac 12 has three of the largest stadiums in the country. (Notre Dame is independent). 

FYI, this is the first time in the history of the two programs that Texas A&M has averaged more fans than Texas, but according to Longhorn fans pointing out this fact makes me gay. 

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.