I imagine it was aroudn that many. One side of the stadium was almost completely full. As for the question of good offense or bad defense...Our defense played amazingly. They definately dominated the scrimmage, as you can tell from the 9-0 final score. Stanley McClover and Quenton Groves are a force at D-end. They were both in Cox's face all day long. Cox will go through some growing pains, like all SEC QB's do, but I think he will prove to be a good one. Keep in mind nobody expects him to perform like 5th year senior Jason Campbell did, but he will keep us in games. We did not open up very much of the package because the game was live on CSS and Tuberville and Borges usually don't like to reveal the whole package until closer to the season. I expect a drop off at QB, and RB's but even better play from our WR's. Offensive line should be about the same, maybe a touch better. If this is even possible, I'm expecting our defense to be even better than last year. Which is a scary thought.