According to players, Camp Randall the toughest place to play in BIG 10
A small group of BIG 10 bloggers for ESPN.com have come together a developed a 5-question survey for current football players in the conference to answer.
One of the questions on the list was in regards to the toughest place to play. After the results were calculated, Camp Randall Stadium in Madison edged out Beaver Stadium on the campus of Penn State University as the toughest.
I have been to 6 of the current stadiums in the conference. In my estimation, Camp Randall is the loudest, and appears to be the most intimidating. I would say that Kinnick Stadium in Iowa offers a very unique experience. The bleachers in the end zone go right down to the field. If you're sitting in the front row, you can step on the grass.
If you want to hear the quietest 105,000 people on the planet, head to a game at the Big House in Ann Arbor. If you want modern amenities, TCF Stadium in Minneapolis has it (it's the newest stadium in the conference), but it holds just over 50,000 fans. I would also say that Penn State has the best tailgating in the conference.
CLICK HERE to read more from the guys at ESPN.com, and learn the results of other interesting questions, such as who the dirtiest player in the conference is.