Top football stadiums in the country (Part 19)

End of the First Half of Arkansas Razorbacks versus LSU 2010

Here is a list of the top football stadiums in the country.

Power Ranking All 124 College Football Stadiums  

By Alex Callos

(Featured Columnist) on April 19, 2012 

When it comes to college football stadiums, for some teams, it is simply not fair. Home-field advantage is a big thing in college football, and some teams have it way more than others.

There are 124 FBS college football teams, and when it comes to the stadiums they play in, they are obviously not all created equal.

There is a monumental difference from the top teams on the list to the bottom teams on the list. Either way, here it is: a complete ranking of the college football stadiums 1-124.

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I have been to a lot of LSU v Arkansas games and this series has grown into a great rivalry. I hope it continues to grow and one day the battle of the boot will be the last step to getting into the SEC Championship game. Everyone knows when you are there it is only one win more to the national championship game.

6. Tiger Stadium: LSU Tigers

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Also known as “Death Valley” because of how loud it can get, Tiger Stadium has been around since 1924 and is home to 92,400 screaming fans.

As far as the atmosphere during the game, there is no place better than Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge.

The game seems like one big party from start to finish as the fans yell and scream throughout without a care in the world except what it happening on the field.

This may not be the overall best college football stadium, but it is as loud as they come.

 

5. Ohio Stadium: Ohio State Buckeyes

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Ohio Stadium is the third-largest in the country with a capacity of 102,329.

The scarlet and gray-clad fans always sell out the place, and even with multiple levels and the feeling of being crammed in, there is nothing like this place on a Saturday afternoon in the fall.

Chants of “O-H-I-O” can be heard throughout the game, with each side of the stadium taking on a letter.

Be sure to stay after the game for the playing of “Carmen Ohio,” the Buckeyes alma mater.

Did we mention how loud this place can get?

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