Number two is the home of the LSU Tigers, Tiger Stadium. ESPN named the stadium as the toughest road stadium in the country in 2007, by virtue of sheer noise -- it ranks as the loudest stadium in the country, reaching a peak of 129.8 decibels of sound in a 2007 game. The threshold of pain for sound is 130 decibels. That allows it to destroy young quarterbacks. The stadium's then-80,000+ fans once made so much noise in a 1988 game that the school's seismology department recorded it as an earthquake. Now, the stadium holds over 92,000 fans.
The number one stadium in the country, though, is Beaver Stadium, home to the Penn State Nittany Lions. Beaver Stadium may get this one by virtue of its sheer size -- its 107,282 capacity makes it the largest stadium in America and third-largest in the world. It's held more than 110,000 spectators for a single game, and on gamedays, State College, PA becomes the third-largest city in Pennsylvania by virtue of the influx of people.