Least intimidating college football stadiums
Manhattan, Kan.; 50,000 Few coaches have ever deserved to have their name on a stadium more than Snyder, who took the worst program in college football and, against the odds, made it a consistent winner.
It's not huge, but it has grown into a solid home-field advantage.
Boise, Idaho; 36,387 Love it or hate it, Boise State's blue turf has become iconic, part of a Broncos brand as the football program has emerged from total obscurity.ANN ARBOR, MI - SEPTEMBER 17: Fans attend the game between Eastern Michigan University Eagles and the University of Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium on September 17, 2011 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)While pretty much every team in the country gets some kind of a boost playing at home, only a select few have home venues that are truly intimidating for opponents.So without further ado, here are the hardest places to play in college football this upcoming season.It's most known for the incessant ringing of cowbells by the 60,000 fans who fill the place, and it has seen needed renovations to further enclose it and make the ringing even louder.Columbia, Mo.; 71,168 Give it a few years and it may rank higher on this list.