There are very few stadiums in college football that can match the game-day experience Michigan Stadium provides its fans with. The Big House is one of the most historic and widely recognized sporting venues in the country, which helps separate it from the rest of the outstanding stadiums across the country.
Many years ago, legendary Michigan football radio broadcaster Bob Ufer referred to the stadium as "the hole that (Fielding H.) Yost dug, (Don) Canham carpeted and (Bo) Schembechler filled."
Today, Michigan Stadium is simply referred to as the Big House. Recent renovations have given the stadium a fresh look and has made it louder than ever before.
Four things help make the home of the Wolverines better than any other college football stadium. Click ahead to find out what they are!