Least intimidating college football stadiums
Now with a capacity of 64,038, it provides an intimate atmosphere where fans are right on top of the field, and it gets loud in big games.The Rebels are 12-2 overall at home over the last two seasons, with Alabama and LSU included.They won just one SEC home game in their inaugural season in 2012, but they went 3-1 at home versus conference foes in each of their back-to-back SEC East championship years of 20.But they also dropped a nonconference home game to—gulp—Indianain 2014 and followed it up with a 1-3 conference record at home during Gary Pinkel's final season as head coach in 2015.
Kyle Field is a great facility with a ton of potential to be intimidating.
They're 14-11 at home over the last four years excluding "home" games played at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.
While Arkansas hasn't exactly been an SEC juggernaut over that time, a .560 winning percentage at home doesn't exactly scream home-field advantage.
But from a home-field advantage standpoint, you just don't have it. The 'Dores were 3-3 at home last year, including conference wins over Missouri and Kentucky, but they are under .500 (33-35) at home over the last 10 years, according to
Vanderbilt Stadium seats 40,550 fans and routinely draws fans of opposing teams, thanks to all that the city of Nashville has to offer and the chance to catch an SEC game in a major U. The small stadium and open end of the end zone that allows sound out, coupled with a heavy road team contingent at virtually every home game, make the home of the Commodores the least intimidating place to play in the SEC..