Top intimidating college football stadiums
Kyle Field is now the biggest stadium in the SEC and in the state of Texas, two major accomplishments.Now, the Aggies just need to start winning some SEC home games to do their gorgeous digs justice.7.
The Horseshoe has some of the best traditions in the game, from The Best Damn Band in the Land to fans decked out in scarlet and screaming “O-H-I-O! Tiger Stadium School: LSU Location: Baton Rouge, La.Camp Randall Stadium School: Wisconsin Location: Madison, Wis.Capacity: 80,321One of the oldest stadiums in the nation, originally built in 1917, Camp Randall has been expanded more than a dozen times to keep pace with the rest of the top venues in the country.Kyle Field School: Texas A&M Location: College Station, Texas Capacity: 102,512After two years of renovations, Kyle Field is set to re-open this fall as one of the most stunning stadiums in the nation.Kept in the renovations are the swaying stands that help make the 12th man incredibly intimidating.Capacity: 102,321There’s no place like Death Valley at night.
The most raucous crowd in the country makes Tiger Stadium a near impossible place to play, giving LSU a chance to win every home game it plays.
Beaver Stadium School: Penn State Location: University Park, Pa. ” echo back from the nearby mountains as fans cheer their team every week without fail; attendance remained in the 90,000s even amidst NCAA sanctions earlier this decade.
Capacity: 107,282There’s something special about the home of the Nittany Lions. On top of the history behind the second-largest stadium in the country, Penn State pulls off the “white out” better than any school in the country.2.
The host of five Super Bowls, the annual Rose Bowl, the 1984 Olympics, two world cups and countless memorable college football games, no stadium has a richer resume than this one.
The bright green grass (it’s real and it’s spectacular) makes watching a game here, whether in person or on television, a pleasure.4.
Bryant-Denny Stadium School: Alabama Location: Tuscaloosa, Ala.