Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin listed the toughest college football stadiums he's played in...
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While on Under the Visor, Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin listed the toughest college football stadiums he's played in...
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“A&M was really loud the year we played there at Alabama. I mean, as everyone knows — and it was like 100 degrees during the day,” Kiffin said. “I used to say Oregon, even though it’s not as big as the SEC stadiums. It was really loud and hard, hard to deal with the noise there.

“And then really, being on the other side at Alabama, you know, shoot, I guess we only lost one home game in three years and that was to Ole Miss. That’s a great place, too. Having to be on the other side at Tennessee and go in there and play, in with Alabama. I always remember going there and you know it’s 30 minutes before kickoff and the thing was already filled.”
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33 Comments
Come on Larry, he hasn’t even coached 1 game at OM and we already have a Daily article on Kiffin
Reply3 months
Kiffin is well on his way to being fat as Bert soon
Reply3 months
2019 football season showed LSU gives zero fricks about anyone’s home field. Get use to it ladies.
Reply3 months
Who cares what fat boy Kane says lol at Oregon being tough. Just for the record Bama stadium suck, winning doesn't make it a good stadium.
Reply3 months
Oregon is very loud, and Bama is a loud stadium as well.
3 months
play well
Reply3 months
First off, Lane played at Fresno State so he has no clue what SEC stadiums are tough to play in. He has only experienced them as a coach which is different
Reply3 months
Pretty stupid thing to say
3 months
Are LSU fans never offended? Not everyone thinks your old shite hole of a stadium is majestic.
Reply3 months
Looks like having AIDS have given you a potty mouth!
3 months
Didn’t most of your fans leave after halftime against LSU?
3 months
It still hurts, doesn’t it?
3 months
Wrong answer Joey
Reply3 months
As usual, this amounts to pretty much nothing whatsoever, which is Ole Missy Foosball in a nutshell.
Reply3 months
I'm pretty sure that list will be revised once he gets more experience as a head coach in the SEC.
Reply3 months
Ol' Lane's about to find out that when you coach at OM, every stadium is the toughest place to play
Reply3 months
Full of shite if he says bama is tougher to win at than Death Valley and the swamp. Bds is only tough bc of the team it has nothing to do with their fans.
Reply3 months
Pretty sure Lane wouldn't give Alabama/BDS any love for no reason. It's also just his opinion and quite candidly, much more valid than yours or mine. No need for his opinion to rile you up so much.
3 months
I think it’s always the team that makes a place tough to win in. Death Valley wasn’t scary under Hallman.
3 months
Happy Valley is the loudest place I’ve been to and I’ve visited every stadium in the SEC but Mizzou and UK.
Reply3 months
Don’t know about that. I think it depends as much on the teams and time of day. You weren’t in Tiger Stadium in 1979 versus USC. Also, we there for UF in 2007.
3 months
Why do we care
Reply3 months
Hmmmmm...I’m sensing a subtle troll here.....
Reply3 months
Ole Miss is about to learn the hard way the steep price there is to pay for bringing in a teenage Twitter troll who’s more interested in providing bulletin board material for the opposing team than actually coaching.
3 months
Jordan-Hare is a glaring omission. I hate to admit it but damn that is the toughest. At least if you are Alabama.
Reply3 months
I agree it is very tough and doesn't get a lot of attention about it. Have been to several LSU games there and I cannot tell the difference between there and Death Valley, except they don't leave at half time if they are ahead.
3 months
AU is one of his main competitors in recruiting now. Lane is crazy but he’s also smart.
3 months
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