“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.
When a place is labeled a “zoo”, you know crazy things are bound to happen.
Autzen Stadium only seats 54,000 people, but the crowd can really give it to you.
They’re the toughest places to play in college football.
Tiger Stadium, LSU Tiger Stadium, or “Death Valley” to some, is perhaps the most dangerous place to play in college football.
LSU packs the gigantic stadium with over 100,00 screaming Tiger loyalists.
Keep in mind that this list is solely focused on the stadiums.
We’ll be ranking the overall game day experience, tailgating and other aspects separately. UCLA – University of California Los Angeles You can’t deny that the Rose Bowl Stadium stands out for two things: great weather and a ton of college football history.