Most intimidating fans in football

The travel is a headache, the away locker room is uncomfortable and the atmosphere is unfamiliar.

Not to mention thousands of screaming fans hoping to watch you fail.

There’s no tougher place to play in college football.” The other Big Ten football stadiums on the list are Penn State’s Beaver Stadium (No.

Any football player can tell you home field advantage is no lie.

Harry Cripps had left Millwall by the 74/75 season.

He went to Charlton on a free because the Millwall management said he was past it and they wouldn't give him first team football any more.

His old mate Andy Nelson, who was the manager at the Valley, signed him for their promotion push in Division 3 that season.

I've only been to one game I felt uneasy at and that was the West Ham Millwall Carling Cup tie where the place went a bit mental.Still, this place features over 100,000 fans on game day, ready to go insane. Not to mention, Ohio State is loaded from a talent perspective. I wish I'd been properly to West Ham, ie I wish I was old enough, when we had the really close stands.Cant remember who we interviewed on the podcast who said that was as intimidating an atmosphere as he's seen.

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