There are plenty of factors to consider when considering which stadium is the most intimidating. When you are standing in the tunnel under those 11 Championship banners, looking out an the eleventy-bajillionth straight sell-out crowd, listening to the chants from the most dedicated student section in the country, you can feel the echoes waking up.Size, volume, history, relative closeness to the fans, and the sheer awe-inspiring quality of the venue. And while Notre Dame has gotten some flack for not being loud on a week-in, week-out basis, believe me when I say that they really can shake down the thunder like none else.2.
And the higher caliber of opponent, the more crazy the stadium is likely to be. In sports, there is usually one or maybe two stadiums - that tower above all the rest as being truly legendary. The design, a full bowl with the giant upper decks on either side, keeps it all inside where it belongs.
When you take your team on the road, you run into a number of factors, from unfamiliar locker rooms to hostile fans to stadiums that keep the noise hovering low over the field, making on-field communication nearly impossible.
If you were face-down at the bottom of a pile of players you had to hold your breath to not drown. A pitcher shall be limited to ten (10) innings Okay will stop looking and assume scores are lost in history.
The head coach went through all proper channels to have ALL of the football players approved through LHSAA. As a JV team most people would not be interested anyway.
In fact, says Kulyk, Lambeau rates with Indiana's Conseco Fieldhouse (home of the NBA's Pacers) as the best-of-the-best on their 145-stop (and counting) tour, a tour that will get a steady diet of college football this fall."Right after we finished, we had our 15 minutes of fame," Farrell said.
A couple of years ago, one of the ESPN guys did a list of the "scariest" college footballs stadiums.
And while March Madness is still the major draw in college hoops, the regular season is fun to watch if for no other reason than to appreciate the history and traditions in the field houses and modern arenas across the country.
And should you find yourself in a college hoops hotbed this winter -- or even in San Diego -- there are a few arenas you absolutely must visit.
So here, for your reading and arguing pleasure, we ranked the top 25 venues in college basketball.
Opened: 1965 Seats: 13,800 It's great only because of the history involved.
Sekpotsfan RE: Sam Barthe Hornets, LISA Football League; LISA Champs in 1976- played in a pouring rain.