Top 5 Scariest Places to Play in College Football
Halloween is almost here and that means we all enjoy a good scaring here and there. But if you're looking for a good scare on a Saturday night, all you need to do is step into one of these stadiums and you'll get a frightful delight you won't soon forget. So enter at your own peril, and take a look at the scariest stadiums in college football.
When you hear "Enter Sandman," you finally realize it's too late to escape this four hour nightmare... "Hush little baby, don't say a word. And never mind that noise you heard. It's just the beast under your bed/ in your closet, in your head."
You don't want to be in Athens, GA alone on a Saturday night. The football team doesn't lose very often at home, and opposing teams often leave with their tail tucked between their legs and unable to sleep at night without a night light. So you better not be afraid of the dark...
The name says it all... Death Valley... When you enter here, you had better fight for your life
Chief Osceola is quite possibly the scariest mascot in sports. No smile, no small grin, no love for opposing teams. A Seminole warrior carrying a spear with no regard for the life of the other team. Enter Tallahassee at your own risk.
I know what you're thinking: "What in the world is Missouri doing on this list?" Maybe they aren't the scariest people during game time, but when you have the reputation of tearing down the goal posts and carrying them all the way to a bar in Columbia, MO, you've definitely gotten my attention. These Tigers may seem tame, but you won't find me rattling their cages any time soon.
Ok, I know this isn't a football stadium, but how can you forget the Cameron Crazies? They're called "Crazies" for a reason. I don't know about you, but being literally in arm's reach of people who are proud to call themselves "Crazies" is about as scary as it gets.