Beaver Stadium Sixth-Toughest Place To Play In College Football 25

Really? Just No. 6?

Beaver Stadium will be the sixth-toughest place to play in EA Sports’ College Football 25 video game, the developer announced Tuesday.

Penn State’s home stadium will be one of three Big Ten venues in the top 10 and is the second-toughest of in-conference rivals. Ohio State’s Ohio Stadium was ranked No. 4 overall and Wisconsin’s Camp Randall Stadium checked in at No. 7.

The SEC dominated the remainder of the top 10, as Texas A&M, Alabama, and LSU owned the top three toughest stadiums. Georgia, Oklahoma, and Florida’s venues also cracked the top 10, while Florida State’s Doak S. Campbell Stadium was the only non-Big Ten or SEC stadium to make the cut.

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