Top 10 intimidating college football stadiums
“The Buckeye Bounce” is a crowd favorite and the marching band dotting the “i” has become a tradition at The Ohio State University.The popular “OH, IO” chant still makes its way around the stadium and as my good friend once said, “You can yell ‘OH’ anywhere in the world and you’re guaranteed to get an ‘IO’ back from somebody.” The NCAA’s own version of The 12th Man fills Kyle Field to the brim every Saturday.
Capacity: 86,112 Big home games in 2017: TCU and West Virginia The Sooners just win, and they’re projected to win some more this year.
With a soft Big 12 schedule, expect the crowd to be as ravenous as ever when teams come to play Oklahoma. Capacity: 109,901Big home games in 2017: Ohio State and Michigan State The largest stadium in college football, it’s no surprise Michigan Stadium, nicknamed “The Big House” made this list.
Capacity: 102,321 Among the few absolute truths in our discussion is this: LSU’s Tiger Stadium, especially at night, is college football gold. 1 on nine of the 10 rankings we surveyed, with Alabama garnering the other top spot.
The valley shook in 1988 against Auburn, and with good reason…about 80,000 screaming reasons, actually.
Nevertheless, almost 110,000 people screaming at the same time is sure to be loud.
With a crowd of 102,455 screaming Volunteer fans, you can be sure of two things: (1) the color orange will be permanently burned into your retinas and (2) you will never get "Rocky Top" out of your head.The school has since upped its capacity to more than 102,000 and remains one of the quintessential college football venues in the nation.Capacity: 102,512 Kyle Field is arguably the loudest college football stadium in the country.Tiger Stadium, LSU Tiger Stadium, or “Death Valley” to some, is perhaps the most dangerous place to play in college football.LSU packs the gigantic stadium with over 100,00 screaming Tiger loyalists.Michigan can simply cram more people into the stands than any other school, and that’s not a bad strategy if you’re trying to create a rambunctious crowd.