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Where Bryant-Denny Stadium ranks in EA Sports’ ‘Toughest Places to Play’ for College Football 25

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As the release approaches for the highly anticipated College Football 25, EA Sports released a stadium ranking of the “Toughest Places to Play” video game.

The list was released as a part of EA’s “Rankings Week” where it will share the rankings of the “Toughest Places to Play”, “Top Offenses & Defenses”, “Sights & Sounds Deep Dive” and “Overall Team Power Rankings.”

Upon the release of the rankings, Bryant-Denny Stadium was slotted as the second toughest place to play in the game as it is one spot behind Texas A&M’s home stadium in Kyle Field, which was ranked as the most difficult to play in the game.

Below are the top 25 toughest places to play in College Football 25:

  1. Kyle Field – Texas A&M
  2. Bryant-Denny Stadium – Alabama
  3. Tiger Stadium – LSU
  4. Ohio Stadium – Ohio State
  5. Sanford Stadium – Georgia
  6. Beaver Stadium – Penn State
  7. Camp Randall Stadium – Wisconsin
  8. Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium – Oklahoma
  9. Doak S. Campbell Stadium – Florida State
  10. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium – Florida
  11. Autzen Stadium – Oregon
  12. Memorial Stadium – Clemson
  13. Neyland Stadium – Tennessee
  14. Jordan-Hare Stadium – Auburn
  15. Williams-Brice Stadium – South Carolina
  16. Michigan Stadium – Michigan
  17. Lane Stadium – Virginia Tech
  18. Rice-Eccles Stadium – Utah
  19. Darrell K. Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium – Texas
  20. Kinnick Stadium – Iowa
  21. Notre Dame Stadium – Notre Dame
  22. Spartan Stadium – Michigan State
  23. Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium – Arkansas
  24. Albertsons Stadium – Boise State
  25. Davis Wade Stadium – Mississippi State

The rankings above were compiled based on historical stats such as home winning %, home game attendance, active winning streaks, team prestige and more.

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Patrick Dowd is a Reporter for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via Pat_Dowd77

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