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Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Athlon Sports asked 15 college football experts to rank their favorite college football stadiums, and LSU's Tiger Stadium came in at No. 1.

Here is what they had to say about Tiger Stadium and the voting results:
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• LSU’s Tiger Stadium, which is going through a major upgrade this offseason, was on all but two ballots and ran away with top billing. Death Valley received seven first-place votes, the most of any team in the nation by a wide margin. Notre Dame Stadium and Neyland Stadium were the only other buildings to receive more than one first-place vote. Tiger Stadium was ranked No. 1 or No. 2 on 11 of the 15 ballots.
Complete List:
1. Tiger Stadium
2. Ohio Stadium
3. Autzen Stadium
4. Kyle Field
5. Bryant-Denny Stadium
6. Notre Dame Stadium
7. Neyland Stadium
8. Sanford Stadium
9. Husky Stadium
10. Beaver Stadium

The panel of voters included:
Tim Brando, SiriusXM/Fox Sports
Bruce Feldman, Fox Sports
Dave Revsine, Big Ten Network
Stewart Mandel, Fox Sports
Dan Rubenstein, SB Nation
Bryan Fischer, NFL.com
Travis Haney, ESPN
Kevin McGuire, NBC Sports
Jeremy Fowler, CBS Sports
Tom Dienhart, Big Ten Network
JC Shurburtt, 247Sports
Zac Ellis, Sports Illustrated
Mike Huguenin, NFL.com
Steven Lassan, Athlon Sports
Braden Gall, Athlon Sports/SiriusXM
Filed Under: LSU Football

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6 Comments
Another Championship!!!!!!!!!!





Reply29 months
Need to ask them now if they would rather attend a game at night or day...

"when the sun finds its home in the western sky its Saturday Night in Death Valley!"

Geaux Tigers!
Reply29 months
that really is awesome... there's nothing like a cool, crisp Saturday night in Tiger Stadium...
Reply29 months
This is the real news: "was on all but two ballots" Which 2 voters didn't even have us in the top 10? Gee lets see.... Tom Dienhart, Big Ten Network and Dave Revsine, Big Ten Network maybe??
Reply29 months
Well duhh!!!!
Reply29 months
Print the shirts baby!!!!!
Reply29 months
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