Just ask any of the 73,786 Arkansas fans that watched their Razorbacks during the final moments of the 34-30 win against Ole Miss on October 15, 2016.Known for its "White Out" themed games, the Penn State Zombie Nation wear white clothes to make it look like a blizzard is about to blow over.The school has since upped its capacity to more than 102,000 and remains one of the quintessential college football venues in the nation.Capacity: 102,512 Kyle Field is arguably the loudest college football stadium in the country.With a crowd of 102,455 screaming Volunteer fans, you can be sure of two things: (1) the color orange will be permanently burned into your retinas and (2) you will never get "Rocky Top" out of your head.When you step into "The Swamp" you can see why it is on the list.With a seating capacity of about 88,548 spectators, along with its intimidating stadium design, it can hold some very loud fans holding true to their Gator fan spirit.
LSU packs the gigantic stadium with over 100,00 screaming Tiger loyalists.General view of fans watching the game between the LSU Tigers and the Mississippi Rebels at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium at Hollingsworth Field November 17, 2007 in Oxford, Mississippi. It all depends on which side of the field you place your fandom. A Mississippi State cowbell, for instance, can be the soundtrack of your dreams or the clanging nightmare that haunts you.The purple and yellow end zones are an iconic symbol in college sports and LSU football is consistently ranked in the Top 25.Night games are known to get so ear-splitting, many fans have begun to call it “Deaf Valley.” Nicknamed “The Horseshoe” because of its unique shape, The Shoe is one of college football’s largest stadiums.On top of that, the light and dark green alternating turf is as good looking as any field in the country. Kyle Field School: Texas A&M Location: College Station, Texas Capacity: 102,512 After two years of renovations, Kyle Field is set to re-open this fall as one of the most stunning stadiums in the nation.