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God I can't wait until football season.  I'll be out of the army this next season which means I CAN GO TO THE GAMES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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Excellent!

Thanks for posting.

I tell the high school kids that come by our LSU recruiting table at the various college fairs that there is nothing like a Saturday night in Tiger Stadium.

Electric. That's all I can say. Electric.

The Virginia Tech fans who traveled to Baton Rouge for the Tech game last year are still talking about their experience in Baton Rouge.

They say there is nothing anywhere that can parallel LSU's Tiger Stadium on a Saturday night.

Great video.

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Im not a huge football fan. LSU?

And we have Adrian Peterson, which did all that running in ONE game.

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They say there is nothing anywhere that can parallel LSU's Tiger Stadium on a Saturday night.

Ohhhhh......Neyland can get pretty wild.....us Hillbillies know how to have a good time too!!!    Can't wait til September!!!!  ;)

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Come see the Vols play any SEC game at Neyland...then you'll know what football really is  ;) I got your back risk kid

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No Place Like Home: The 10 Toughest Venues in the World (only 3 in the U.S.)

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/3172-European_Football-No_Place_Like_Home_The_10_Toughest_Venues_in_the_World

10) Yankee Stadium (New York, New York)

* Baseball

* Home of the New York Yankees

"The House That Ruth Built" is one of the most iconic stadiums in all of sports. While opposing teams get their share of brutality, the Yankees themselves aren't exactly immune to the boos.

In New York, anything short of a championship can be cause for a shakeup. Just ask the recently departed Joe Torre.

9) Lambeau Field (Green Bay, Wisconsin)

* American Football

* Home to the Green Bay Packers

While Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City comes close, no NFL venue can top the history and atmosphere at Lambeau.

The Packers' tradition makes them intimidating enough. Add in rabid cheeseheads and horrific weather conditions, and opposing teams face a recipe for disaster on the Frozen Tundra.

3) Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

* American Football

* Home to the LSU Tigers

With a capacity of 92,400 fans, the on-campus home of Louisiana State University's football team is one of the toughest places to play in the world.

Sound levels have risen to as high as 120 decibels in a stadium often referred to as Death Valley.

How do visiting coaches deal with the constant crowd noise?

To be honest, they don't.

Legendary Alabama coach Bear Bryant may have said it best:

"Baton Rouge happens to be the worst place in the world for a visiting team. It's like being inside a drum."

The Tigers would agree. They're 347-138-18 (.708) all-time in Baton Rouge.

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Loved the video, even more than the LSU/Bama In the Air Tonight video. I got to get down there eventually.

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