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Bulldogs fans help SEC break attendance record

The Southeastern Conference drew an average of 78,630 fans per home game during the 2015 football season to set an all-time conference attendance record.

Among the top 10 college football destinations last season was Georgia's Sanford Stadium.

It was the 18th-straight season in which the SEC led the nation in average football attendance.  While overall attendance for college football games in all three divisions dropped to 49,057,966 (down about 500,000), the SEC drew more than 7.7 million fans to its games in 2015.

The SEC average surpassed the previous record of 77,694, which was set in 2014.

The top 10 teams in attendance (by average)

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1. Michigan (Big Ten) - 110,168

2. Ohio State (Big Ten) - 107,244

3. Texas A&M (SEC) - 103,622

4. LSU (SEC) - 102,004

5. Alabama (SEC) - 101,112

6. Tennessee (SEC) - 100,584

7. Penn State (Big Ten) - 99,799

8. Georgia (SEC) - 92,746

9. Florida (SEC) - 90,065

10. Texas (Big XII) - 90,035

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