Here’s a look at the 10 toughest stadiums for visiting teams.Situated on the plains of east Alabama, Jordan-Hare Stadium is a bit smaller than the behemoth SEC stadiums for programs such as Texas A&M, Alabama and Tennessee, but its impact is no less important.There are huge variations in the architecture and design of stadiums from school to school, and some stadiums are even built specifically to trap in noise.With that in mind, let’s take a look at the stadiums teams will absolutely dread playing at in 2017.At 87,451 seats, Auburn’s football home is consistently a loud, difficult place for opposing teams to visit.And Auburn’s administration is consistently updating and improving it, including the addition of college football’s largest scoreboard.However, a few stadiums stand out as places where a victory should truly be treasured, where overcoming the odds, the noise and the fans rising against you is really special.
Known for the “White-Out” game, the atmosphere is always electric on Saturdays.
Capacity: 101,821Big home games in 2017: Texas A&M, LSUOn here more or less by default, the Crimson Tide do the most damage before teams even take the field.
The excellence and mystique of Alabama football is enough to rattle even the toughest of opponents.
Regarded as basically invincible by, well, basically everyone, the Crimson Tide have lost at home just twice in the past five years.
Capacity: 82,300Big home games in 2017: Miami, Louisville Florida State may not have the biggest stadium or the loudest stadium, but the Seminoles get it done at home regardless. Add that together with a squad that is a legitimate title contender in 2017, and Doak Campbell Stadium is essentially a graveyard for opposing teams.
The home of the Hokies is a truly oppressing environment for visitors and one of college football’s toughest places to play.