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Coaches Ranked The 5 Hardest Places To Play In College Football

A wide-action shot of the crowd at an LSU game.

BATON ROUGE, LA - SEPTEMBER 19: Fans watch during the game between the Louisiana State University Tigers and the University of Louisiana-Lafatette Ragin' Cajuns at Tiger Stadium on September 19, 2009 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

There are plenty of stadiums in college football that are considered tough places to play at, yet there are only a select few that are unanimously considered as one of the most hostile environments in the country.

Stadium polled all 130 FBS head coaches to get their opinion on which stadiums are the most difficult to play at.

LSU's Tiger Stadium received 31 votes as the hardest place to play in college football.

Following LSU on the rankings is Clemson's Memorial Stadium. We've seen in the past that fans at this stadium in particular can get quite loud for marquee matchups.

The next venue on the list is Washington's Husky Stadium. Although this might be considered as a shocking selection, the Huskies rarely lose at home because of their fan base.

Next up on the rankings is Beaver Stadium, which is famously known for Penn State's annual White Out.

Rounding out the top five is Texas A&M's Kyle Field. It's hard to argue against a stadium that is dubbed as "Home of the 12th Man."

Here is a recap of the most difficult stadiums for visiting teams, per Stadium:

Perhaps the biggest surprise is that no stadium from the Big 12 made the top five.

Do you think any notable stadiums were left off this list?