Having nothing better to do with our time, college football onlookers get to spend portions of each April thinking about the sizes of the crowds that show up for the strange walkthroughs that end each team’s spring camp. Whichever team has the most fans in the stands is said to be filling the people with hope, while those with straggly crowds are being conspired against by weather, traffic, and invisibility cloaks.

We’ll update this after the next round of games, but here’s where things sit at the moment:

2018 spring game attendance top 10 Team Reported spring game crowd Team Reported spring game crowd Florida State 60,934 Clemson 55,000 Florida 53,015 Oklahoma 52,102 Texas A&M 48,000 Ohio State 47,803 Virginia Tech 36,814 Kentucky 36,090 Auburn 28,033 South Carolina 25,500 Per school announcements

Florida State fans would like to point out something about this:

Ohio State entered spring as the reigning spring champ, but stadium renovations and nasty Midwestern weather vacated the throne. Bad weather also canceled a bunch of games, so this list will look more sparse than usual.

The battle rages on, and we’ll see who ends up being the best at getting fans to watch Color vs. Color games in which sacks are worth 2.5 points each, the field shrinks in size every 10 minutes, and the mascot gets to try a punt. There is nothing more important going on right now.

And here are the all-time records (LOL — yeah, there are all-time records)

2016

Ohio State

100,189

2015

Ohio State

99,391

2009

Ohio State

95,722

2016

Georgia

93,000

2011

Alabama

92,310

2007

Alabama

92,138

2010