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Analyst Names College Football's Toughest Place To Play In 2019

A general view of Clemson's football stadium during a game.

CLEMSON, SC - SEPTEMBER 5: A general view of Memorial Stadium during the game between the Clemson Tigers and Wofford Terriers on September 5, 2015 in Clemson, South Carolina. (Photo by Tyler Smith/Getty Images)

While the players and coaches on the football field make the biggest difference, it's hard to dismiss the advantage of playing at home. We've witnessed a plethora of great atmospheres in college football, but there are 10 stadiums that have separated themselves from the pack.

Out of all the crowds in the world, the best ones might just come from college football. From the bands playing music to the fans conducting traditions, there is so much to appreciate at each venue.

Although every major program would love to claim the title for the best crowd in the country, it appears the winner for this year is Clemson.

College football expert Brad Crawford revealed his list for toughest places to play in 2019, and the Tigers were on top. Every school mentioned is from one of the five major conferences.

The biggest surprise might be the Oregon Ducks, as they come in at No. 6 according to Crawford.

Here is the full list from 247Sports:

It's not too shocking to see the rest of these venues that were on this list. After all, the attendance ratings at their respective spring games were off the charts.

Memorial Stadium will undoubtedly be rocking to start the season, as the Tigers try to successfully defend their national championship.