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The highly anticipated EA Sports College Football 25 video game has unveiled its rankings for the toughest places to play college football.

Texas A&M's Kyle Field ranked No. 1, followed by Alabama's Bryant-Denny Stadium, and LSU's Tiger Stadium.


We laid out the significant impact that Homefield Advantage can have on the outcome of games in EA SPORTS™ College Football 25 during our Gameplay Deep Dive Campus Huddle. Audio and in-game modifiers such as blurred routes, incorrect play art, confidence and composure affects, and screen shaking are some of the immersive impacts away teams and players will be forced to contend with.

But not all Homefield Advantages are created equal. The Development Team worked to compile a list of the Top 25 Toughest Places to Play, factoring in historical stats such as home winning %, home game attendance, active home winning streaks, team prestige, and more.

Rankings are subject to change in future updates.
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DeafVallyBatnR19 days
Florida is at 10. I'm sorry that place is rough even if they are bad. Texas AtM is so rough they lose 3 games a year at home. If you want to say loud LSU Florida AtM and I guess Penn St. Auburn gets it going too.
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Luke19 days
Yeah that’s not even close to correct
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