West Virginia Ranked One of the Loudest Stadiums in College Football

Morgantown, West Virginia – Big Game Boomer, a social media outlet based in Norman, Oklahoma, ranked the loudest and most quiet stadiums in college football.

The loudest stadium in college football, according to the list, is Tiger Stadium at LSU.   Beaver Stadium at Penn State is #2, Autzen Stadium at Oregon is #3, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida is #4 and Kyle Field at Texas A&M is #5.

Ohio Stadium at Ohio State, Neyland Stadium at Tennessee, Memorial Stadium at Clemson, Jordan-Hare Stadium at Auburn and Lane Stadium at Virginia Tech round out the top ten.

Milan Puskar Stadium, home of the West Virginia Mountaineers, ranked 13th in the Top 25 loudest stadiums in the nation.

The quietest stadium, according to the list, is none other than Heinz Field, the part-time home of the Pitt Panthers.  Heinz Field on a Saturday during a Pitt game is the worst college football venue in the nation and this list just confirms it.

Check out the entire list below: