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Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports
College Football analyst Bret McMurphy with Stadium recently polled all 130 FBS head coaches to determine what is the most difficult stadium for visiting teams.

Sitting atop of the list was none other than LSU's Tiger Stadium.

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Went to a Umass game this weekend, it was downright laughable.
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I've been to a Penn State game and it sounded like a high school game
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I can see why Washington got picked. Every time I've watch their games I lose count of the number of off-sides etc due to crowd noise. Its pretty crazy and its 100% due to stadium design.
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Posts a tweet by one "Brett McMurphy", spells it "Bret McMurphy". Smh.
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I would have put Auburn in place of Washington or Penn St.
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Have heard multiple former players say that it’s really not all that intimidating out there on the plains
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Yes, for big time opponents in big time games. Anything less, not so much.
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This could be equally applicable to the traffic situation.
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At least for two quarters. Then most people leave
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Too true
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Im assuming the number next to it is first place votes. 31 to 12. Not close
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Really a legendary stadium and homefield advantage. Best game day atmosphere ever! Geaux Tigers!
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Wait was this the most difficult to get to?
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Most Difficult to get home from
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The real "Death Valley"!
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Bitch I'm from Louisiana.
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Alabama’s line?
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Bmath now thats a classic reply ??????
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Washington?
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Yes. The acoustics worked into the design are the reason it’s where the loudest college game was played. They’re actually a good team again (for a Pac12 team)
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I was there in 2009 for our game against UW. I didn’t see it.
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We certainly didn’t play a great game there and were glad to get out with the win.
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Yulman stadium would be my guess
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They must be thinking of the miserable Les Miles era when every game was close and fans needed to stay to the end. I'm sure Kansas will be in the running in a couple of years. Thank goodness those days are gone.
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Jake88 was supposed to read Jakezero. Sorry for the confusion
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Lol @ A&M & Clemson
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sorry Clemson, you’re not the real Death Valley
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Quote of the day. Nice work elcid
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Water is wet.
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