Former LSU football player Joe Burrow made a comment that a former NFL player found a bit controversial. Burrow and the Bengals will
Saw this being debated on twitter by Chiefs fans and LSU/SEC/NCAA football fans, and was interested in what people thought.
Personally, graduated from Clemson in 2019 and was at almost every game. I'm a season ticket holder for the Buffalo Bills now, and I can say nothing has come close to the noise in DV, even an NFL playoff game. I don't care what stats are pulled out. I've been to big games in both leagues and it's louder in college everytime.
My personal experience involving the same stadium goes as follows; College crowds are louder than NFL. 2008 I saw both Clemson and the Falcons in the old dome in Atlanta and the atmosphere for The Clemson game was better ( and it was a 50/50 split).
Also, going to an NFL game was eye opening as to how the crowd acts vs college game. At the Falcons vs Giants game I saw multiple fights, many more verbal altercations, and some downright offensive behavior. Not that it doesn’t happen, but I have yet to see a fist fight at a Clemson game and I’ve been to over 100.
I once saw someone slip and fall down the hill after...
Jan 25, 2022, 10:57 AM
stepping in vomit. She basically slipped and fell right into the vomit patch, then slid several feet down the hill with the vomit acting as a lubricant on her pants and jacket. This is when the hill used to be packed.
Re: the noise thing can be overstated at the NFL level...
Jan 25, 2022, 12:39 PM
That's a good point. Maybe the crowd noise is similar, but college players seem to be effected more by the noise for a number of reasons (younger/less experienced, first time seeing crowds that big). Josh Allen certainly didn't seem to be phased in KC, and I doubt Burrow will be either.