Where Alabama and Auburn Rank in EA Sports Stadium Rankings

19 October 2013: University of Alabama's Bryant Denny Stadium. Alabama defeated the University of Arkansas 52-0 in Tuscaloosa.

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College Football 25 may very well be the most anticipated sports video game in history, and EA Sports is capitalizing on the hype.

The video game giant released rankings of the top-25 ‘toughest places to play’ which will impact a new home-field advantage feature in the game and make some stadiums more difficult to win at than others.

Bryant-Denny Stadium came in at No. 2 on the entire list due in large part to their home winning percentage, something that was a key factor in the rankings.

Texas A&M’s Kyle Field, which is perhaps the loudest stadium in the sport, was at the top of the list while Auburn inexplicably was left out of the top-ten at No. 14.

Four of the top five and six of the top ten were from the SEC as well.

Here were the full rankings from EA:

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