It's one of the largest, most-heated debates amongst college football circles: Whose house is the toughest to play in every fall?
There are plenty of fanbases that like to lay claim to the title of providing the best home-field advantage. The problem is there isn't a true means to objectify the impact friendly confines have on the outcomes of the games played on the field.
Should it be based on how loud the stadium is week to week? How loud it is for big games? What about the team's home record or perhaps the respect Vegas gives each team at home?
There are a million different variables to be taken into account, but when it comes down to the nitty gritty, the selection will always be primarily subjective.
Today we'll explore one man's take on the subject. This ranking takes into account stadium traditions, results and how many points Vegas lends the home team.*
What I'd like to encourage fans to do is post links to videos of their team stadium's best/loudest/most raucous moments and I'll include them in the article as they flow in.
On to the rankings!
*Vegas advantage supplied by Phil Steele College Football Preview