The SEC Stadium Foursquare Challenge

Ed.: Promoted. Gainesville returned to Florida.

All you social networking folks out there should be savvy to Foursquare by now. It's the site that lets you check in at geographic locations and then sends out those Twitter notifications that clog everyone else's feeds. Anyhow, part of the service is recording which locations are garnering the most "check-ins" from service members.

So, as football season is now fast approaching, Roll Bama Roll decided to dig through the site and dig up all the stadiums in the SEC. And the results looked something like this (the actual numbers and links to the individual pages are after the jump)...


The Gators are simply running away with this thing! But we still have weeks to go till the season starts and lord knows how insane these numbers will get once folks at the games start jumping into the act. We'll be keeping tabs over at RBR.

Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, AL
Total people: 95
Total check-ins: 332

Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Fayetteville, AR
Total people: 25
Total check-ins: 46

Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn, AL
Total people: 69
Total check ins: 198

Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, FL
Total people: 150
Total check ins: 1154

Stanford Stadium, Athens, GA
Total people: 127
Total check ins: 163

Commonwealth Stadium, Lexington, KY
Total people: 1
Total check ins: 2

Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, LA
Total people: 96
Total check-ins: 185

Mississippi State
Davis Wade Stadium, Starkville, MS
Total people: 12
Total check-ins: 17

Ole Miss
Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium, Oxford, MS
Total people: 10
Total check-ins: 12

South Carolina
Williams-Brice Stadium, Colombia, SC
Total people: 80
Total check ins: 410

Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, TN
Total people: 81
Total check ins: 102

Vanderbilt Stadium, Nashville, TN
Total people: 27
Total check ins: 47

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