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PHOTOS: College Football Crowd Shots at 20-25% Capacity

Smaller group of fans is better than no fans.

Below are a few pictures captured from two afternoon games showing fans at a diminished capacity.

Duke at Notre Dame:

“Adhering to physical distancing requirements necessary to keep our community safe, attendance at this year’s Notre Dame Football games will be limited to 20% or less of Notre Dame Stadium’s normal capacity. Priority will be given to Notre Dame Students, assuring that every student who wants to attend games will be able to do so. Once student demand has been met, the remaining tickets will be made available to Notre Dame Faculty and Staff.”

Notre Dame Stadium is normally 77,622. Twenty percent of that is around 15,500.

UPDATED: The school recorded an official attendance of 10,097, however it looked much more than that total.

Georgia Tech at Florida State:

“Seminole fans will notice immediate differences at the 79,560-seat Doak Campbell Stadium, punctuated by strategically placed chairbacks in the bowl and stickers throughout the seat footprint for students in the north end zone. Attendance for home games will be limited to 25% percent capacity (just under 20,000)...”

UPDATED: The official count was 17538.

After a lightning delay:

Alabama Crimson Tide AD Greg Byrne: