It also helps that the stadium design amplifies the crowds cheers.General view of fans watching the game between the LSU Tigers and the Mississippi Rebels at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium at Hollingsworth Field November 17, 2007 in Oxford, Mississippi. It all depends on which side of the field you place your fandom. As your team steps onto the field you want to make sure your team hears your voice of encouragement.You fill your lungs up, prepare your noise makers, and you let it all out!“When this thing started it was the most nervous time in my life,” said Sharp via “Folks didn’t think we could fill up a 102,000-seat stadium.Capacity: 102,455 No one does checkerboard designs better than Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium, whose orange-and-white pattern spills out of the end zones and onto the shirts of the 102,000 fans in the Vols’ home.
Let’s find out by looking at 25 of the loudest college football stadiums in the country.That’s courtesy of an intimidating atmosphere of 102,000-strong yelling “Roll Tide”, and then some, in unison.While Birmingham’s Legion Field deserves its share of credit for molding Alabama history, Bryant-Denny is arguably the most-daunting place to earn a win in all of college football.To figure that out, we examined the conference rankings of 10 different outlets, ranging from USA Today’s For The Win to Think of this as our composite SEC stadium rankings.Capacity: 102,321 Among the few absolute truths in our discussion is this: LSU’s Tiger Stadium, especially at night, is college football gold. 1 on nine of the 10 rankings we surveyed, with Alabama garnering the other top spot.