NCAA football games enjoyed a slight uptick in 2016 thanks in large part to gains in Division II and Division III, the organization announced Monday.

There were 3,717 total NCAA football games played last season, attended by a total of 49,315,857 people — a jump of more than a quarter million people, or 27 people per game.

The Football Bowl Subdivision saw a dip of 321 people per game, while FCS rose by 17 spectators per game, Division II by 170 and Division III by 42.

Here are the top 10 attendance leaders in each division.

FBS
1. Michigan — 110,468 per game
2. Ohio State — 107,278
3. Texas A&M — 101,917
4. Alabama — 101,821
5. LSU — 101,321
6. Tennessee — 100,968
7. Penn State — 100,257
8. Texas — 97,881
9. Georgia — 92,746
10. Nebraska — 90,200

FCS
1. Montana — 25,377 per game
2. James Madison — 19,844
3. Florida A&M — 19,710
4. Jackson State — 19,660
5. North Dakota State — 18,556
6. Montana State — 17,907
7. Jacksonville State — 17,576
8. Delaware — 16,478
9. Liberty — 16,377
10. Grambling — 16,355

Division II
1. Grand Valley State (Mich.) — 12,549
2. Tuskegee (Ala.) — 10,130
3. Miles College (Ala.) — 9,624
4. Pittsburg State (Kan.) — 9,612
5. Fort Valley State (Ga.) — 8,850
6. Texas A&M-Kingsville — 8,570
7. Morehouse College (Ga.) — 8,370
8. Midwestern State (Texas) — 8,363
9. Texas-Permian Basin — 8,327
10. Albany State (Ga.) — 8,057

Division III
1. Saint John’s (Minn.) — 7,787
2. Wisconsin-Whitewater — 5,718
3. Wabash College (Ind.) — 5,512
4. Wesleyan (Conn.) — 5,280
5. Hampden-Sydney College (Va.) — 5,125
6. Concordia-Moorhead (Minn.) — 4,951
7. Maryville (Tenn.) — 4,935
8. McDaniel College (Md.) — 4,892
9. Emory & Henry College (Va.) — 4,547
10. Geneva College (Pa.) — 4,424

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