Top 5 intimidating grounds
Capacity: 81,500Big home games in 2018: Louisville, NC State, South Carolina The other “Death Valley” on our list, Memorial Stadium is raucous whenever the Tigers are at home.
In the last five years, only Florida State (2013) and Pitt (2016) have beaten Clemson on the road.
They become even more formidable in front of their home crowd.
Since 2011, Alabama has lost just three times at home in seven seasons.
Still, this place features over 100,000 fans on game day, ready to go insane.
Not to mention, Ohio State is loaded from a talent perspective.
There’s no tougher place to play in college football.
Covering 256 football grounds in, England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
So without further ado, here are the hardest places to play in college football this upcoming season.The Bulldogs came painfully close to winning it all last year and bring back many of the same players in 2018. Capacity: 101,821Big home games in 2018: Auburn, Mississippi State, Tennessee Look, it is really hard to play Alabama anywhere in the Nick Saban Era.The Crimson Tide are loaded with talent and very well-coached.The Tigers might have the best defense in college football next season. Capacity: 104,944Big home games in 2018: Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska Ohio State’s home slate in 2018 is admittedly a little weak.The Buckeyes travel to Michigan State and Penn State, don’t face Wisconsin and play Oregon State instead of Oklahoma in a non-conference game.