Sunday, August 27, 2006

There's Nothing Like Saturday Night on the Road in the SEC

A lot of the reason Auburn is a preseason top five team is because of its home schedule. With LSU, Florida and Georgia all coming to Pat Dye Field, Auburn is expected to have a decided home field advantage. That got me thinking. Where are the toughest places to play in the SEC? Below is my list. I leave Jordan-Hare Stadium out of the mix to be objective. Let me know your thoughts.

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3 comments:

greg6363 said...

Jay, you have to admit that during the late 90's, Jackie Sherrill's Bulldogs made Scott Field a tough place to play before the SEC took away the cowbells from the fans. I believe they won 16 straight home games between '97 and '99 before the wheels came off.

Jay Coulter said...

Greg, I agree. Those cowbells were load. I was over there during that streak. I'll give it to Sherrill, he had it going for a while.

Jenny said...

I think I'll have to go with LSU's Tiger Stadium. You are right--the French and rednecks don't mix well together, especially with this redneck.