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Bryan Fischer with NFL.com ranked the top college football stadiums for 2014, and LSU's Tiger Stadium came in at No. 2, just right behind the Rose Bowl. Here is what he had to say about Tiger Stadium:
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LSU's Tiger Stadium
One of a number of stadiums with the nickname Death Valley, most opponents would agree that a trip to Baton Rouge often lives up to that billing as of late. The tailgating scene is ridiculous, it has a unique exterior design, the opposing fans are stuffed a mile away from the action and it can get louder than anywhere when the Tigers need the noise. Plus, if you ask Les Miles, the grass is better here than anywhere in college football.
Complete list:
1. Rose Bowl
2. LSU's Tiger Stadium
3. Washington's Husky Stadium
4. Texas A&M's Kyle Field
5. Oregon's Autzen Stadium
6. Notre Dame Stadium
7. Clemson's Memorial Stadium
8. Ohio State's Ohio Stadium
9. Georgia's Sanford Stadium
10. Michigan Stadium
11. Army's Michie Stadium
12. Nebraska's Memorial Stadium
13. Boise State's Albertsons Stadium
14. Wisconsin's Camp Randall
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Might as well add McNeese and New Mexico State.
Reply35 months
"the opposing fans are stuffed a mile away from the action"

Absolutely false. Opponents are given excellent seats.
Reply35 months
Wow, that list sucks. Nebraska? Wisconsin? Georgia Stanford? LOL @ army michie
Reply35 months
Hopefully we will have more fans in the seats this year!
Reply35 months
That list is absolutely terrible.
Reply35 months
Tiger Stadium hands down!
Reply35 months
The list is weak. Boise better than Jordan, Hill, Bryant?! Gtfo
Reply35 months
The rose bowl?
Reply35 months
Game changer
Reply35 months
The Rose Bowl? Please. And only 3 SEC stadiums? This is not an accurate list, IMO.
Reply35 months
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