College Football Rankings: 10 Worst Stadiums for Away Fans to Visit

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College Football Rankings: 10 Worst Stadiums for Away Fans to Visit
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College football is one of my favorite things in the entire world.  

Many amazing experiences are had on university campuses all around the nation on fall Saturdays.

At the same time, there are any number of things that can ruin the experience, for visiting fans in particular.

Every weekend during the season, visiting fans follow their team into "enemy territory" to support them on the road, only to sit through verbal (and sometimes physical) abuse, just to watch their team be annihilated on the football field.

While compiling this list, I took a few different things into consideration including fan behavior, general atmosphere, possibility of extreme weather conditions and the probability of the road team escaping with a victory.

So, before you jump down my throat for including your team on here, take a look at why I included them, because I could just be complimenting the fact that your squad is unbeatable at home.

I'm sure many of you have some wonderfully disturbing stories to tell about stadiums on this list or some that didn't make the list—feel free to share below.

Many of these examples are stories of individuals or small groups reflecting poorly on the entire fan base.  Of course, it's a given there are good-natured fans of every team.  

Unfortunately, it's these negative stories that set each fan base apart in a negative way.  In the end, it's not the good fans that make the difference, because every team has those, it's the bad fans, and just how bad they are, that sets each fan base apart.

Still, if you have a legitimate gripe with why your team is listed and want to defend your fellow fans, go ahead.

Anyway, without further adieu, here are the 10 worst stadiums for away fans to visit:

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