Found April 20, 2013 on Online Sports Guys:
If any of you ever wondered why the SEC is the biggest College Football conference of them all, well, here is an answer to your question. Auburn and Tennessee both held their spring games on Saturday....and well, they were pretty well attended. To be specific, Auburn,  had over 83,000 in the house (check out the photo). Yes, that's correct, the 3-9 Tigers with a persecution complex drew 83+ thousand to their game. It should be noted that the game, in which the Orange beat the Blue 35-14 featured the ejection of CB Jonathon Mincy for laying out WR Dimitri Reese with a hit towards the head. All in all, we're guessing the Tiger faithful are happy to have new/old coach Gus Malzahn and his crazy offense in the house. As for Tennessee, well, they only drew 60,000 plus to their game, featuring new head coach Butch Jones. (Though hard to tell in the below video) The Volunteers are also looking for a bit of redemption after several years of mediocrity and coaching chan...
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