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Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: Dallas Area, Texas
Okay here you go I found this on Rivals.com, I didn't see tu, OU, T-Tech or any anywhere in the top ten.
"After taking all of these things into account, here are the top 10 home field advantages in college football."
We are number:
7. Kyle Field (Texas A&M)
Some might call 80,000 kissing, roaring, whoop-hollering fans a bit odd, but to the Texas A&M Aggies, it's called home. No fan base in the nation is more rabid than the Aggies'. And considering the stiff competition in college football, that says something. Where else can you find 40,000 students gather at midnight before the game for yell practice?
The only knock against Kyle Field is the lack of consistent sellouts. But even when the stadium is thousands of fans short of capacity, Aggies fans make up for it in spirit. The only time the home crowd sits down from kickoff to final whistle is during the opposing band's halftime show. And with a .830 winning percentage at Kyle Field since 1990, it's tough to dispute A&M's domination in College Station.
The X-factor: Tradition
Tradition is the key word with Kyle Field. Silver Taps, the 12th man, the Elephant Walk, the Aggie Muster – the list goes on and on. The Aggies have gone so far as to build a scoreboard facing their mascots' graves so that the deceased Reveilles can "watch" the game.