What is the loudest stadium in the SEC? We rank them, 1-14

KROGER FIELD, by Mark Zerof/USA Today Sports

13. Kroger Field

School: Kentucky
Particulars: 61,000 capacity. Opened in 1973.
The buzz: Though completely enclosed, the end zones only have a lower deck and the stands aren’t steep, allowing sound to escape from the rest of the bowl. Even if Kentucky’s fans were insanely loud, the stadium — renamed this year as part of a naming-rights deal with the grocery store chain — isn’t built for record-breaking any time soon.

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