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Wisconsin Football: Camp Randall Considered Among ‘Toughest Places to Play’ in CFB 25

Camp Randall is considered among the ‘Toughest Places to Play’ in college football.

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Oct 28, 2023; Madison, Wisconsin, USA; Wisconsin Badgers fans hold their cell phones with flashlights on as the Ohio State Buckeyes huddle during the second half of the NCAA football game at Camp Randall Stadium. Ohio State won 24-10.

College and Wisconsin football fans are gearing up for the release of EA Sports’ College Football 25 video game, the first college football game in over ten years.

EA Sports has slowly been releasing more information each day about the upcoming game. Today, they released the ‘Top 10 Toughest Places to Play,’ a common list in the franchise with all of the loudest and most hostile environments in all of college football, and Camp Randall is on that list as the seventh-toughest place to play.

Camp Randall, home of the Wisconsin football team, and Madison have long been considered among the best gameday atmospheres in the sport. The iconic ‘Jump Around’ after the third quarter of games is one of the most popular traditions during games. Unfortunately, that won’t be in the game because EA Sports couldn’t get the rights to the song to play in the game.

Camp Randall is ranked third among Big Ten teams, behind Ohio State’s Ohio Stadium (No. 4) and Penn State’s Beaver Stadium (No. 6).

Other Big Ten teams that appear on the list of 25 teams include Autzen Stadium (Oregon; No. 11), Michigan Stadium (Michigan; No. 16), Kinnick Stadium (Iowa; No. 20), and Spartan Stadium (Michigan State; No. 22).

I’m sure there will be plenty of discourse and disagreement over this list about why teams like Wisconsin shouldn’t be in the top ten and another team should. But any Wisconsin football fan will tell you that in a big game, Camp Randall can be a very loud and hostile environment. It’s nice to see things that make Wisconsin football special recognized in this huge upcoming video game.


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Christian Borman was born and raised in Wisconsin and covers the Badgers football and basketball programs, plus some recruiting for BadgersNotes.com. He previously covered the Wisconsin Badgers for years as the site expert for Badger of Honor of the Fansided Network.

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