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College Football's 5 Toughest Places To Play Since 2010

A general view of Ohio State's stadium.

COLUMBUS, OH - APRIL 18: A general view of Ohio Stadium as more than 99,000 fans packed in to watch the annual Ohio State Spring Game on April 18, 2015 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

What college football stadiums are the toughest to play in?

FOX College Football took a look at everyone's home record since the start of the 2010 regular season. It gives us an idea of which stadiums have been the toughest to get wins in as a road team over the last decade.

Ohio Stadium leads the way. This isn't too surprising, as the Buckeyes started the decade with Jim Tressel leading the program. Urban Meyer took it over in 2012 and Ryan Day did the same before the 2019 season.

No one has been tougher to beat at home since 2010 than Ohio State. The Buckeyes are a ridiculous 67-5 at home over the last 10 years.

Alabama comes in at No. 2 on the list. The Crimson Tide are 65-5 at home since 2010, trailing Ohio State by just two wins. Clemson, Boise State and Wisconsin round out the top five.

Which college football teams will be the toughest to beat at home in 2020?

Hopefully we get the chance to find out. The 2020 season is scheduled to begin in about five months, but like everything right now, who knows what's going to happen.