It probably won't shock anyone that our top least-feared stadium is from the MAC.
And given the facts that follow, no one can argue with the fact that Rynearson Stadium is the least-feared venue in the entire nation.
The stadium is actually pretty nice, and holds 30,200 fans.
But that's where the good news ends.
First, the seats are so far away from the football field, binoculars might be a good thing to bring with you on a trip to Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Second—and you'll love this—Eastern Michigan averages just 4,267 fans per home game last season.
No, that's not a typo. Four thousand two hundred sixty-seven.
Let's do a little comparison work, shall we?
EMU ranked 120 out of 120 FBS programs in terms of average and overall attendance.
EMU ranked behind all four programs transitioning to the FBS for 2012.
There were 37 FCS programs that averaged more than 10,000 fans per game.
There were four Division II programs that averages more than 10,000 fans per game—including one in the state of Michigan (Grand Valley State, 10,478)
There were four Division II conferences that averages more fans per game than EMU.
And perhaps most damning, there were eight Division III football programs that drew more fans per game than Eastern Michigan University.
This means that there are more than twice as many people in Michigan that will show up for a Division II football game than will bother to show up at an Eastern Michigan game.
And there are at least eight places around the country where people would rather watch a Division III game.
A stadium that sits more than 85 percent empty on Saturday, with the few fans so far away from the field is easily tops on our list of least-fearful stadiums in the nation.