#1 Beaver Stadium (Penn State) It's been one of the loudest college football stadiums since it broke ground in 1959 and it's been recognized for having one of the best student sections in the country!The "white out's" are legendary. #2 Lane Stadium (Virginia Tech University) Because of Lane Stadium's narrow design, visiting teams have a hard time of hearing the snap. False start! VaTech fans do their best to make sure their teams enjoys an intimidating home field advantage. #3 Neyland Stadium (University Of Tennessee) If you've ever laid your eyes on Neyland Stadium then you obviously know what it feels like to have the colour orange burned into your eyes. The Vols pack over 100,000 fans into their home games and as the Atlanta Falcons showed this past month in the NFL, the South can get really loud. #4 Camp Randall Stadium (University Of Wisconsin) If you reside in the state of Wisconsin, you really only have two things to do in your spare time: support the Green Bay Packers or tailgate in Madison. Chances are you're here every Sunday with the rest of the state . #5 Sanford Stadium (University Of Georgia) Sanford is the seventh-largest stadium in the NCAA and it can sometimes be the loudest when Bulldogs fans race to the stands to support an extremely long tradition of football in Athens.