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Not to mention thousands of screaming fans hoping to watch you fail.
College football fans are some of the loudest and proudest in the sporting world today, and these college’s stadiums and their fans are the most intimidating to visit on game day.
“The Buckeye Bounce” is a crowd favorite and the marching band dotting the “i” has become a tradition at The Ohio State University.
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.
To give that some more explanation…In European games, there’s nothing peripheral to the game itself; no cheerleading, side-shows, no national anthem or military flybys, etc.
In the UK you can’t drink alcohol within view of the pitch (a strangely specific law) and you can’t really take anything into the stadium… Remember, with soccer, the ball is 'in play' for much more of the game than with American football.
Tiger Stadium at LSU This stadium has been nicknamed Death Valley and is of one of the most dangerous places to play in all of college football.
LSU packs the gigantic stadium with over 100,00 screaming Tiger loyalists.The purple and yellow end zones are an iconic symbol in college sports and LSU football is consistently ranked in the Top 25.Night games are known to get so ear-splitting, many fans have begun to call it “Deaf Valley.” Nicknamed “The Horseshoe” because of its unique shape, The Shoe is one of college football’s largest stadiums. Top college games typically have much bigger crowds as stadiums are generally bigger than European football teams.I saw a Tennessee game in Knoxville, and there was a crowd of more than 90,000 there.