Alabama, Tennessee And Texas A&M All Cap Football Stadium Capacity

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Several more SEC football teams have capped stadium capacity for the upcoming season.

Alabama will cap capacity at 20%, Tennessee will cap capacity at 25% and Texas A&M is planning for capacity to be at 30%, according to reports. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

These are all pretty similar numbers, with Texas A&M taking the lead at 30%. As I’ve now said many times, I’ll be a bit surprised if SEC teams or any other football team has a ton of fans in attendance during the coronavirus pandemic.

Until I see it happen with my own eyes, I’m just not going to believe it. We have some teams who are refusing to play, and the Aggies, Crimson Tide and Volunteers are planning on loading up their stadiums.

It’s pretty wild to see the differences.


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I certainly hope all three stadiums have fans in them when games get rolling in the SEC at the end of September.

We all know that SEC football fans are on a different level. They’re passionate people who love their teams, and they’re meant to be in the stadiums cheering and drinking.

Unfortunately, coronavirus has stolen that to a large degree.


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Finally, how dumb is the Big 10 going to look if the SEC plays a season and has fans at games? Kevin Warren might never bounce back from that.