There are certainly some college football stadiums that are a cut above the rest.
Unlike most other sports, the differences and variety from one stadium to the next is immense.
Home-field advantage is seen as more important in college football than any other sport. Some teams feast at home with crowds of more than 100,000, while others have trouble drawing even 20,000.
With that being said, every college football team has some type of home-field advantage. Some are just a little more unfair than others.
Ranking these stadiums is not an easy task, particularly with 125 current teams at the FBS level.
There are many different areas that were taken into consideration, including number of fans, noise level in the stadium, the student section, tailgating and traditions.
With that being said, here is a ranking of all 125 college football stadiums at the FBS level, heading into the 2013 season.