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Kiffin said Oregon's Autzen Stadium is the loudest stadium in the country, a bold claim - especially after he made trips to Tuscaloosa (Alabama) and Gainesville (Florida) last year.
"I still think Autzen Stadium is louder than all those (Alabama, Florida) places"
- Lane Kiffin, USC Head Coach
Looks pretty good. Clemson, VT and Oregon seem a bit high.
Did I say something inaccurate? October-November is conference play.
Top 3 IMO and nothing after that really matters.
Also...on the "come play in B1G country" talk..
Columbus, OH average temps..
September: 77 degrees the normal high, 56 degrees the normal low...sounds like great temps to me
October: 65 degrees is the normal high, 45 degrees the average low....so brutal..not sure how you guys do it..
November: 53 degrees is the normal high, 35 degrees the normal...35 is somewhat cold, but OSU doesn't play many night games at home in November.
Tuscaloosa, AL average temps...
September: 87 degrees is the normal high, 63 degrees the normal low
October: 78 degrees the normal high, 51 the average low
November: 66 degrees the normal high, 39 the average low
And oddly enough, Alabama typically plays Miss State at night in November. Not uncommon to be around 45 for the kickoff and the high 30's at the beginning of the 4th. But does tOSU play night games in November? Rarely..
Not up to OSU, Big Ten rule, no night games in November.
Top 3 is a good spot, i'll take it
Well there you go. Even the conference is too pansy ass to do it.
Yeah FSU was lost last year in the swamp
Too many Noles screaming
I've been to plenty of LSU games, great crowd. Definitely should be #1. Would probably put Florida and Oregon 2 and 3. I think VT is about where they should be... trying not to be biased here. For only holding 66,000 that place can get pretty damn loud. I don't really feel like it's as intimidating as it used to be though. Crowds have become a bit more tame the last few years.
Our normal day time temperature in november is colder than your night time temperature, and I wish we did play night games in nov. but commish says no.
We are college football
No nights games in November? Boring conference confirmed. Thanks for the TV slots though...
Can you read?
53 is not colder than 39
Where'dyou get those numbers from? It's colder than 53 in november.
From going to college.
Early november late october maybe
the heart of november is spent in upper 30s to upper 40s.
meh...not the greatest list
could have been worse though, Boise plays nobody
tOSU and Bama should be higher...agree LSU @ #1
University of Oklahoma: B.S. Aerospace Engineering '10, M.S. Mechanical Engineering '12
in the last few years miss state has been tough to beat at home. our stadium is the most electric stadium in the nation and one of if not the loudest.
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I agree with all of this ...
When night falls, watch out. It’s often hot, humid and downright scary for visitors. If you’ve got a young quarterback starting behind center, you might as well stay on the bus. Not only have the Tigers had a preponderance of talent in recent years under Les Miles and Nick Saban, but they also call “Death Valley” home, one of the loudest and most chaotic venues in all of college football. Since the start of the century, LSU is a wicked 72-11 at Tiger Stadium, including 17 straight wins.
Cowbells =/= Electric ... Gotcha!
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laugh it up but you know i ain't lying if you been to a game at Davis wade stadium
it's no wonder you get along w/ aggy so well. brothers in delusion.
I read ours:
The scene in the stands is revelatory, with jacked-up fans waving their “Cocky Clothes” from the opening kickoff to the final whistle.
I have been going to games my entire life and have never heard of a "cocky cloth". don't even mention sandstorm, 2001...I am curious if this writer has ever been to any of these stadiums...
Cocky Cloth = white towels they hand out at games....no way you haven't seen them. Agree on the no mention of 2001/Sndstrm though.
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