Most intimidating college football stadiums espn

One such list was that of EA's 25 toughest stadiums in college football which corresponded with yesterday's launch of EA's NCAA Football 09 (ahem, Matt Ryan on the cover of the PS3 version).Largely, Heather Dinich's ACC blog on has had some great material, but this list of ACC's most intimidating stadiums, in response to EA's Top 25 toughest stadiums, was a little lacking and left us wanting more. As your team steps onto the field you want to make sure your team hears your voice of encouragement.You fill your lungs up, prepare your noise makers, and you let it all out!When you're on the field, you can't even see the 25,000 fans or so in each of the upper end zone decks. Beaver Stadium is ranked behind Ohio Stadium at Ohio State and ahead of No.

Tiger Stadium, LSU Tiger Stadium, or “Death Valley” to some, is perhaps the most dangerous place to play in college football.

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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.

247Sports recently posted its list of college football's 'most intimidating venues.' Penn State's Beaver Stadium, which again recently had its student section ranked tops in the nation by ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit, was ranked No. As their rankings state: Happy Valley should be more like a frightening zoo this fall during games against Michigan and Nebraska with 106,000-strong backing a formidable Playoff threat.

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