Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor, September 22, 2014
The Big Ten has four of the top 10 college football stadiums, according to a recent USA Today ranking. Ohio Stadium (No. 3) tops the Big Ten, while Michigan Stadium (No. 4), Beaver Stadium (No. 7) and Camp Randall Stadium (No. 10) also landed on the poll.
The Rose Bowl (UCLA) and Tiger Stadium (LSU) took the top two spots.
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"Built in 1922 at a cost of $1.3 million, the 104,944-seat Horseshoe is one of the loudest stadiums in the country. In fact, in 1985, Iowa coach Hayden Fry claimed that the crowd noise caused Hawkeyes quarterback Chuck Long to become disoriented."
"They don?t call it The Big House for nothing. Opened in 1927, Michigan Stadium now seats 109,901. Michigan coach Fielding Yost, who pushed for the stadium in the 1920s, wanted it even bigger."
"Fairly new compared to others on this list - it opened in 1960 - Beaver Stadium is both massive (106,572 capacity) and loud. Kirk Herbstreit once said it had the best student section in the country."
CAMP RANDALL STADIUM
"Named for former Wisconsin governor Alexander W. Randall, the Badgers? 97-year-old home field sits on land on which troops trained during the Civil War."
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