Most intimidating college football stadium
That is what makes ranking SEC stadiums the perennial subject of debate. So who is correct when it comes to the best places in the SEC to be on a Saturday during the fall? 14 stadiums, but also that the SEC failed to crack Lawn Starter.com’s list of the 16 best college football stadium landscapes.To figure that out, we examined the conference rankings of 10 different outlets, ranging from USA Today’s For The Win to Think of this as our composite SEC stadium rankings.Narrowing down a list of the best college football stadiums in the country is not easy, but that’s also part of the greatness of the college football landscape.There’s easily 50 programs with stadiums that all have numerous impressive qualities.Kyle Field is currently the largest stadium in the SEC with a seating capacity of 102,733.And, thanks to their 12th man student section, it is also one of the most intimidating places to play in college football.
The valley shook in 1988 against Auburn, and with good reason…about 80,000 screaming reasons, actually.College football fans are some of the loudest and proudest in the sporting world today, and these college’s stadiums and their fans are the most intimidating to visit on game day.Tiger Stadium, LSU Tiger Stadium, or “Death Valley” to some, is perhaps the most dangerous place to play in college football.General view of fans watching the game between the LSU Tigers and the Mississippi Rebels at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium at Hollingsworth Field November 17, 2007 in Oxford, Mississippi. It all depends on which side of the field you place your fandom. A Mississippi State cowbell, for instance, can be the soundtrack of your dreams or the clanging nightmare that haunts you.