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Georgia fans are incredibly loyal and turn out in droves.The Bulldogs came painfully close to winning it all last year and bring back many of the same players in 2018. Capacity: 101,821Big home games in 2018: Auburn, Mississippi State, Tennessee Look, it is really hard to play Alabama anywhere in the Nick Saban Era.It is too bad that Wisconsin has a relatively weak home slate in 2018, with Michigan, Northwestern and Penn State all on the road.Capacity: 109,901Big home games in 2018: Nebraska, Wisconsin, Penn State The Wolverines boast the largest stadium in college football, appropriately known as the “Big House.” When the Maize and Blue are playing well, we pity any team that has to go in and play them.That’s a special occasion, but even during routine home games, Beaver Stadium is electric.Penn State is the main attraction in the area and fans come from far and wide to see the Nittany Lions.The Buckeyes travel to Michigan State and Penn State, don’t face Wisconsin and play Oregon State instead of Oklahoma in a non-conference game.Still, this place features over 100,000 fans on game day, ready to go insane.
With the hiring of new head coach Scott Frost, fan excitement is sky-high.
When the crowd gets into it, opponents often wish they were anywhere but State College.
Capacity: 92,746Big home games in 2018: Auburn, Georgia Tech, Tennessee Going “Between the Hedges” isn’t a pleasant experience for any college football team.
Capacity: 82,300Big home games in 2018: Virginia Tech, Clemson, Florida“The Doak” took a step back in 2017 as the Seminoles faltered to a 6-6 regular season record.
With Willie Taggart taking over the reins and plenty of talent still in the fold, the buzz is back in Tallahassee.