With two home games remaining, the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns rank in the top five in the Sun Belt Conference in home attendance for the 2019 college football season.

Through five home games this season, including four played at Cajun Field, and one played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in their season-opener against Mississippi St., Louisiana has drawn an average of 19,756 fans per home game.

That ranks fourth among the ten football-playing schools in the league.

Appalachian St. leads the league in attendance, averaging 25,179 fans per-home game, followed by Troy (24,401), Arkansas St. (21,693), Louisiana (19,756), and Georgia St. (18,177) to round out the top five.

6-10 in home attendance figures in the league consists of ULM (18,046), Texas St. (17,444), South Alabama (16,216), Coastal Carolina (15,020), and Georgia Southern (14,586).

The Cajuns are on the road in Mobile, Alabama this Saturday to take on South Alabama, prior to wrapping-up their regular-season schedule with back-to-back home game against Troy (November 23) and ULM (November 30).