That is easily the highest average capacity of any conference in college football this season. It's also an incredibly impressive average, especially considering that the three largest stadiums in college football are all in the Big Ten.
If you want to see what each SEC stadium looks like, check out the 14 photos in the slideshow.
SEC college footballs stadiums in 2014 ranked by capacity
1. Kyle Field - 102,512
2. Neyland Stadium - 102,455
Home of Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville, Tennessee. Second largest stadium in SEC and fifth largest in college football in 2014.
3. Tiger Stadium - 102,321
Home of LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Nicknamed Death Valley, Tiger Stadium is third in SEC and sixth largest stadium in college football in 2014.
4. Bryant-Denny Stadium - 101,821
Home of Alabama Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Fourth largest stadium in SEC in 2014.
5. Sanford Stadium - 92,476
Home of the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens, Georgia.
6. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium - 88,548
Home of the Florida Gators in Gainesville, Florida.
7. Jordan-Hare Stadium - 87,451
Home of the Auburn Tigers in Auburn, Alabama.
8. Williams-Brice Stadium - 80,250
Home of the South Carolina Gamecocks in Columbia, South Carolina.
9. Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium - 72,000
Home of the Arkansas Razorbacks in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
10. Faurot Field - 71,004
Home of the Missouri Tigers in Columbia, Missouri.
11. Commonwealth Stadium - 67,606
Home of the Kentucky Wildcats in Lexington, Kentucky.
12. Davis Wade Stadium - 61,337
Home of the Mississippi State Bulldogs in Starkville, Mississippi.
13. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium - 60,580
Home of Ole Miss in Oxford, Mississippi.
14. Vanderbilt Stadium - 39,790
Home of the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville, Tennessee.