LSU Tigers Disrespected in EA Sports College Football 25 Toughest Places To Play Rankings

    EA Sports fed the hungry masses with a "Homefield Advantage" ranking for the toughest places to play in College Football 25. Who made the cut?

    Like tossing a single piece of steak to a pack of wild dogs, EA Sports released a list of the top 25 toughest places to play in College Football 25 on Tuesday morning. To no surprise, the SEC dominates the list with four of the five highest-ranked home field advantages residing in the Southeastern Conference.

    The LSU Tigers are one of those four SEC teams in the top five, but Tiger Stadium — better known as “Death Valley” — was passed over by some of the other daunting home fields in the conference. Let’s take a look at who made the cut and who got the shaft in EA Sports College Football 25 toughest places to play.

    EA Sports College Football 25 Toughest Places To Play

    1) Kyle Field, Texas A&M Aggies

    2) Bryant Denny Stadium, Alabama Rolling Tide

    3) Tiger Stadium, LSU Tigers

    4) Ohio Stadium, Ohio State Buckeyes

    5) Sanford Stadium, Georgia Bulldogs

    6) Beaver Stadium, Penn State Nittany Lions

    7) Camp Randall Stadium, Wisconsin Badgers

    8) Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Oklahoma Sooners

    9) Doak S. Campbell Stadium, FSU Seminoles

    10) Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Florida Gators

    11) Autzen Stadium, Oregon Ducks

    12) Memorial Stadium, Clemson Tigers

    13) Neyland Stadium, Tennessee Volunteers

    14) Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn Tigers

    15) Williams-Brice Stadium, South Carolina Gamecocks

    16) Michigan Stadium, Michigan Wolverines

    17) Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech Hokies

    18) Rice-Eccles Stadium, Utah Utes

    19) Darrell E. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, Texas Longhorns

    20) Kinnick Stadium, Iowa Hawkeyes

    21) Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame Fightin’ Irish

    22) Spartan Stadium, Michigan State Spartans

    23) Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Arkansas Razorbacks

    24) Albertsons Stadium, Boise State Broncos

    25) Davis Wade Stadium, Mississippi State Bulldogs

    While most programs would take pride in a top-three finish, the Tiger faithful in Baton Rouge have worked long and hard over the decades to secure LSU’s reputation as the toughest home-field advantage in college football. Possibly even the toughest in all of American sports.

    Just last season, the Tigers went 7-0 at “Death Valley,” while the two ahead of them, Texas A&M and Alabama, went 6-1 at their respective home stadiums. Despite having the top spot for toughest places to play in College Football 25, the Aggies went 4-3 at Kyle Field in 2022, the Tigers went 6-1, and the Crimson Tide went 7-0.

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    Overall, the SEC had 12 teams in the top 25, with two being first-year members with Oklahoma (8th) and Texas (19th). The Big Ten had the second most with seven teams including new member Oregon (No. 11), while the ACC has three.

    The Big 12 only has one, and it’s a new member: Utah (18th). One independent, Notre Dame (21st), and one Group of Five program, the Mountain West’s Boise State (24th), make up the rest of the toughest places to play in EA Sports College Football 25.

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