5. Kyle Field Texas A&M
Coming in at #5 we have the Aggies, between the corps of cadets, the 12th man attitude, the obnoxious student section, coupled with 102,733 screaming fans, Texas A&M is an intimidating place to play for any opponent.
4. Bryant Denny Stadium Alabama
While not the loudest stadium in the conference, and certainly not the most passionate fanbases out there, it’s still bama, and coming out of Tuscaloosa with a dub is still one of the most difficult feats in college football.
3. Sanford Stadium Georgia
The dawgs have one of the best game day atmospheres in the country, games between the hedges are truly special and the Georgia fans bring a certain passion and energy that is hard to match. Although I am a fan of one of their rivals, I always had a certain respect for Georgia, and attending one of their games last year with one of my buddies who goes to school there was some of the most fun I have had in college so far.
2. Neyland Stadium Tennessee
I’m going to get a ton of hate for this but I attended a game in Knoxville this past year and the atmosphere was unbelievable, the fans were going crazy, the food was unbelievable, and if you were a fan of the opposing team they were in your face about it. The noise level throughout the game stayed the exact same all the way until they tossed the goalpost into the river. When the Vols are good, this is a SCARY place to play, and a wildly scary place to visit as an opposing fan.
1. Tiger Stadium LSU
I do not give a f*ck what anybody says, this is not only the most intimidating and fun atmosphere in the SEC but in all of college football. It’s hot, it’s humid, and it’s unbelievably loud no matter the score or opponent. For opposing teams on Saturday night in Death Valley, good luck because this is where opponents’ dreams come to die.