Toughest stadiums

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  2. BDSDIGITAL

    BDSDIGITAL One Time for your Mind

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    The list.

    Interesting. I have some problems with their list. The Swamp no doubt deserves to be #1 but Memorial Stadium #9? Especially with DKR, and Lane below it? The Coliseum #22? Shouldn't that be a top 10 location? I mean I've never played in any of these places obviously and I'm just going on what I see on tv and actual performance. The Blue turf should be higher too. They don't lose at home ever. The Big House shouldn't be in the top 25 at all. I love the shoe at #2 though (y)

    Anyone else have any thoughts?

    1. Florida - Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
    2. Ohio State - Ohio Stadium
    3. LSU - Tiger Stadium
    4. Georgia - Sanford Stadium
    5. Oklahoma - Memorial Stadium
    6. Penn State - Beaver Stadium
    7. Alabama - Bryant-Denny Stadium
    8. Tennessee - Neyland Stadium
    9. Nebraska - Memorial Stadium
    10. Oregon - Autzen Stadium
    11. Virginia Tech - Lane Stadium
    12. Texas - Texas Memorial Stadium
    13. Auburn - Jordan-Hare Stadium
    14. Iowa - Kinnick Stadium
    15. Texas A&M - Kyle Field
    16. Wisconsin - Camp Randall Stadium
    17. Michigan - Michigan Stadium
    18. Notre Dame - Notre Dame Stadium
    19. Florida State - Doak S. Campbell Stadium
    20. Clemson - Clemson Memorial Stadium
    21. Texas Tech - Jones AT&T Stadium
    22. USC - Los Angeles Coliseum
    23. Arkansas - Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium
    24. Boise St. - Bronco Stadium
    25. West Virginia - Mountaineer Field

    Just missing the NCAA 10 toughest places to play top 25 list: NC State, Michigan St., California, Colorado, South Carolina, Utah
     
  3. Drifterbub

    Drifterbub Help me hide a body?

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    It has a lot to do with the design of the stadium and fan base in addition to team presitge. USC's stadium is an open bowl as opposed to the Swamp, Death Valley, or even Kyle Field. In those stadiums, the fans are pretty much on top of you the whole game.
     

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