Top intimidating college football stadiums
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.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.That’s courtesy of an intimidating atmosphere of 102,000-strong yelling “Roll Tide”, and then some, in unison.While Birmingham’s Legion Field deserves its share of credit for molding Alabama history, Bryant-Denny is arguably the most-daunting place to earn a win in all of college football.When a place is labeled a “zoo”, you know crazy things are bound to happen.Autzen Stadium only seats 54,000 people, but the crowd can really give it to you.At 102,512 capacity, Kyle Field is the largest in the SEC.And to think, Texas A&M Chancellor John Sharp experienced plenty of consternation over his decision to add to the 92,000 seats the stadium already housed.
Throw in the howl of Smokey X and Rocky Top becomes one of the most intimidating venues in all of the SEC.
Capacity: 102,512 Kyle Field is arguably the loudest college football stadium in the country.
The Aggies fans earned the distinction as being the original 12th Man, in homage to their rabid faithful.
Capacity: 92,746 If Georgia officials in the late 1920s had their way, Sanford Stadium’s iconic hedges would be adorned with roses.
Turns out, the conditions aren’t quite conducive for roses to grow in Athens. The rest is history as Georgia’s football home became one of the most iconic venues in the sport.