Through all kinds of weather, Florida Gators fans apparently all stick together for F-L-O-R-I-D-A.
Chris Low of ESPN posted the SEC's attendance marks for the 2010 season today on his blog.
Florida ranks fifth in the SEC and ninth nationally in both accumulated attendance (633,579) and average attendance (90,511).
The top SEC team in both categories was the Alabama Crimson Tide, ranking fourth nationally in both accumulated attendance (712,747) and average attendance (101,821).
Unsurprisingly, the Vanderbilt Commodores bring up the rear in the SEC, ranking No. 70 nationally in accumulated attendance (232,885) and No. 72 in average attendance (33,269).
The Gators ranked second in the SEC and ninth nationally in percent of capacity (102.2 percent) while the Crimson Tide (110.5 percent) and Vandy (83.6 percent) bookended the conference standings in this category, too.
Alabama (No. 4), the Tennessee Volunteers (No. 6), the LSU Tigers (No. 7), the Auburn Tigers (No. 8), and Florida (No. 9) all ranked in the Top 10 nationally in accumulated attendance.
As far as average attendance goes, Alabama (No. 4), Tennessee (No. 6), the Georgia Bulldogs (No. 7), LSU (No. 8), Florida (No. 9), and Auburn (No. 10) rank in nation's Top 10 for average attendance.
'Bama (No. 2) and the Gators (No. 9) were the only two SEC teams to crack college football's Top 10 in percent of capacity.