EA Sports College Football 25 reveals ranking of toughest places to play in college football

EA Sports College Football 25 reveals ranking of toughest places to play in college football

EA Sports is back in the college football headlines with the much-anticipated release of EA Sports College Football 25 quickly approaching.

The video game company is leading up to the release of the game with a series of rankings profiling college football in a variety of ways. One of the first rankings shared by EA Sports focused on the top 25 toughest places to play in college football, which is especially important with the new game featuring home-field advantage as a feature.

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College football atmosphere is an often talked about the phenomenon; if you’ve ever attended a college football game, you know there is a whole lot of truth behind a good home stadium significantly aiding your squad.

EA Sports has done a brilliant job unveiling its brand-new college football game and capitalizing on fans’ enthusiasm for the release. Rankings week is the latest example of EA Sports building up that excitement. After the top 25 toughest places today, EA will release a deep dive on the sights and sounds of the game, then the top offenses and defenses, and finally, overall team power rankings.

Let’s take a look at the video game’s ranking of the toughest places to play college football. Yahoo Sports Ross Dellenger, who was one of the first to release the rankings, says historical home win percentage and home attendance come into play.

Unsurprisingly, Penn State’s Beaver Stadium made the list and is one of the toughest venues.

25

Davis Wade Stadium, Mississippi State Bulldogs

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24

Albertsons Stadium, Boise State Broncos

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23

Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Arkansas Razorbacks

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22

Spartan Stadium, Michigan State Spartans

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21

Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame Fighting Irish

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20

Kinnick Stadium, Iowa Hawkeyes

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19

Darrell K. Royal-Texas Stadium, Texas Longhorns

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18

Rice-Eccles Stadium, Utah Utes

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17

Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech Hokies

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16

Michigan Stadium, Michigan Wolverines

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15

Williams-Brice Stadium, South Carolina Gamecocks

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14

Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn Tigers

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13

Neyland Stadium, Tennessee Volunteers

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12

Memorial Stadium, Clemson Tigers

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11

Autzen Stadium, Oregon Ducks

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10

Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Florida Gators

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9

Doak S. Campbell Stadium, Florida State Seminoles

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8

Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Oklahoma Sooners

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7

Camp Randall Stadium, Wisconsin Badgers

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6

Beaver Stadium, Penn State Nittany Lions

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5

Sanford Stadium, Georgia Bulldogs

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4

Ohio Stadium, Ohio State Buckeyes

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3

Tiger Stadium, LSU Tigers

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2

Bryant-Denny Stadium, Alabama Crimson Tide

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1

Kyle Field, Texas A&M Aggies

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