Most intimidating places to play
Deemed “Between the Hedges” for the bold green hedges that surround the field, Sanford Stadium is one of the most popular stadiums in college football.Located in the heart of UGA campus, Sanford is also famous as the walking grounds of Georgia’s famous mascot UGA.These teams took it a step further, displaying behavior that even their peers would deem troubling.
Michigan State found that out the hard way week two as Oregon, fueled by a deafening home field crowd, blew out the Spartans in the second half.
Here’s a video of the Tigers running down the infamous hill.
Rose Bowl, UCLA The Rose Bowl is once of the most distinguished stadiums on Earth having staged Olympics, World Cups, Super Bowls and concerts.
Upon A&M’s move to the SEC and the popularity of Johnny Manziel, the Aggies are only trending upwards and major renovations have recently taken place due to the new mass of popularity.
The fans at College Station consistently show up to support their team and they will be crucial in supporting the young Aggies in tough SEC West play.Tiger Stadium, LSU Tiger Stadium, or “Death Valley” to some, is perhaps the most dangerous place to play in college football.