NCAA 2005 Hardest places to play

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  1. GMoney2600

    GMoney2600 Founding Member

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    1. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Forida
    2. Neyland Stadium, Tennessee
    3. Ohio Stadium, Ohio State
    4. Tiger Stadium, Louisiana State
    5. Autzen Stadium, Oregon
    6. Husky Stadium, Washington
    7. Kyle Field, Texas A&M
    8. Camp Randall Stadium, Wisconsin
    9. Memorial Stadium, Nebraska
    10. Sanford Stadium, Georgia
    11. Kinnick Stadium, Iowa
    12. Michigan Stadium, Michigan
    13.Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech
    14. Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida State
    15. Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame
    16. Clemson Memorial Stadium, Clemson
    17. Beaver Stadium, Penn State
    18. Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Oklahoma
    19. Jordan-Hare Stadium, Alabama
    20. Carrier Dome, Syracuse
    21. Bryant-Denny Stadium, Alabama
    22. KSU Stadium, Kansas State
    23. Mountaineer Field, West Virginia
    24. Martin Stadium, Washington State
    25. Orange Bowl, Miami

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    These are the top 25 hardest college stadiums to play in for NCAA 2005


    Obviously, I think LSU is the hardest ,also loudest, place to play. I will buy Florida(noise) and Tennessee(Huge stadium), but how is Ohio State ahead of us?
     
  2. col reb

    col reb Founding Member

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    Did you notice number 19? They must think Bama plays there in two stadiums. Auburn must play in Mobile or some other pasture. :rofl:
     
  3. Ralph_Wiggum

    Ralph_Wiggum Founding Member

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    I know some folks who have been to Ohio Stadium. They tell me that it is a hard place to play. Over 90,000 fans the only big time program in one of the largest states in the country in the biggest university in the state with a large hardcore following of fans. It is loud. I've been to South Bend and I think ND is overrated and so is Michigan where I've seen games. They are not very loud in those two stadiums.

    Camp Randall is rowdy also.
     
  4. islstl

    islstl Playoff committee is a group of great football men Staff Member

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    You mean USC isn't on the list? Damn, I am shocked...I thought they had great fans.... :hihi: :hihi:
     
  5. SouthLink02

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    I have heard the exact opposite from Michigan/Michigan State fans here who both agree, which is rare, that OSU is far from hard to play in. It could be there bias though
     
  6. DeafValleyBatnR

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    Look at Number 15 that makes me think of Romper Room. It must be a huge drop off from 4 to 15.
     
  7. DeafValleyBatnR

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    Check out 25 come on Miami never loses at home they should be a little higher then 25.
     
  8. TigerEducated

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    Except for when a TERRIBLE Tennessee team came in there and "limited" The might Hurricane offense to a 6 point day...

    Gimme a break...They were good because they played in the Big (L)East...
     
  9. bayareatiger

    bayareatiger If it's too loud YOU'RE TOO OLD

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    I want to see the easiest place for an opposing team to play...

    I'll BET that it's Stanford Stadium!!! :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:

    Bad team, track around the field so even IF the fans cheer (VERY RARE) there's no way the players will hear them anyway..at least not the (sniff) upper crust Stanfoo fans....

    :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: :hihi:

    The ONLY reason I go to Stanford games is to tailgate & check out the talent. :wink:

    Actually going INTO the stadium is pointless.
     

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