There are many great stadiums in college football, but here are 10 that should be on every fan's bucket list.
Tiger Stadium, Louisiana State University
Louisiana State University fans who pack Tiger Stadium are so loud that they once caused an earthquake. In a 7-6 victory over Auburn in 1988, the crowd reaction registered as a legitimate earthquake on the seismograph at the school's geological survey office. With a seating capacity of 102,321, "Death Valley" is the fifth-largest stadium in the country and third-largest in the Southeastern Conference.
Frank Howard Field at Clemson Memorial Stadium, Clemson University
The other "Death Valley" is no charming venue for opponents. There are few places tougher to play on a Saturday than Frank Howard Field at Memorial Stadium. "I came here knowing it would be loud and that Clemson would hit me hard, but to me, the noise was the biggest factor," Georgia running back Herschel Walker said after Clemson's 13-3 victory in 1981. "I know I didn't concentrate as well because of it." The deafening crowd noise is such that visitors seem to falter to it and Clemson players feed off it. The Tigers won 21 consecutive games at home from 2013-16.