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ESPN ranked the top 5 student sections in the SEC and LSU came in at No. 1. Here is the complete top 5.
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1. LSU
There's a reason LSU coach Les Miles is 57-7 inside Tiger Stadium. It's just tough to win in Death Valley when you have thousands of unruly purple-and-gold-clad students raining chants, profanities and boos down on you in a stadium that traps sound right over the top of teams. The roar from the students after those three most intimidating notes ("Hold That Tiger") in college sports play from the Golden Band from Tigerland will send shivers down your spine. Read More

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2. Alabama
Another section not ashamed to wave its pom-poms proudly. Even though coach Nick Saban challenged Alabama's students to stay at games longer and sections were actually suspended for their poor attendance in 2013, this student section is tough to touch when it's full. If you've ever wanted to hear "Roll Tide" loudly chanted ad nauseam in your face, just take a trip to Bryant-Denny Stadium. Read More
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3. Florida
With the way Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is set up, Florida's students are only feet away from the opposing bench. Steve Spurrier dubbed the Gators' home as the Swamp in the early '90s, and the students have done their best to make sure that "only Gators get out alive" ever since. Read More
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4. Texas A&M
You might not find a more active student section in the SEC with all the chants and movements that erupt during games. Oh, and they choose to stand for the entire game! Even before the games begin on Saturday, A&M students deliver a stirring performance during Midnight Yell, which is arguably the nation's most exciting pep rally. You better believe that energy spills into game day. Read More
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5. Auburn
LSU might have the nation's best night atmosphere, but Auburn's student section is something special when it's time to play under the lights. From all those "War Eagle" chants to even more pom-poms than the kids know what to do with, Auburn's students know how to create an amazing atmosphere inside Jordan-Hare. Read More
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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7 Comments
Is this a first half reference or....
Reply34 months
Piss bombs 1 Sec O. (LOL)
Reply34 months
STTDB is classic LSU. Best student section. Best band. Best football atmosphere. Death Valley has it all.
Reply34 months
I can count on one hand how many times I have seen pom poms in Tiger Stadium. The clown that wrote this has no idea what he's talking about.

1. LSU
2. A&M
3. Auburn
4. Florida
5. Bama(because the president of a fraternity cannot cry on national television)
Reply34 months
"LSU students, usually sporting those glorious purple-and-gold pom-poms…"


FACT
Reply34 months
"LSU students, usually sporting those glorious purple-and-gold pom-poms…"

Wrong
Reply34 months
This is dumb. A&M is 1st and it isn't close.
Reply34 months
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