Ga Bulldogs have third-longest home sellout streak in the country

For the 22nd consecutive year, the SEC led in attendance across college football, according to the National Football Foundation.

The 72,723 average attendance per game in 2019, however, is a drop of 1,271 from a year before. Overall, 669 college football programs across four divisions drew more than 47.5 million fans — a 1.2 percent increase from 2018.

According to data reported by the NCAA, Georgia — who announces attendance as tickets sold or distributed, and no-shows are not deducted — boasts a streak of 52 consecutive sellouts, including seven sellouts in 2019. Only Nebraska (375) and Oklahoma (129) hold longer current streaks.

College Football Playoff-champion LSU led the nation for total fan attendance, attracting 1.28 million spectators to all of their games, including two trips to Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the SEC title game against Georgia and the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl against Oklahoma.

With 1.139 million fans attending Georgia games — home, away and neutral site — the Bulldogs were one of a dozen schools to eclipse the million attendance mark in 2019.



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