There’s no doubt that Death Valley in Clemson, SC is one of the toughest places to play in all of college football. Just ask the Georgia Bulldogs who visited in Week 1 and walked away with a loss. It’s a venue that the Florida State Seminoles will have to deal with when they walk in there Saturday night for their Top-5 showdown with the Tigers.
Florida State, all week, has been blaring speakers inside their brand new indoor practice facility in preparation. But, the Clemson fans are looking to make it even more difficult for the ‘Noles than they can ever imagine.
Literally just days after Kansas City Chiefs fans set a crowd noise record for an outdoor stadium at 137.5 decibels inside Arrowhead Stadium, the Clemson administration is shooting for the stars and want to make an attempt at breaking the record. They even sent out a press release urging the fans to attempt this feat.
Clemson official Mike Money is also confident that this can be accomplished:
“We have seen numbers approaching the World Record previously, but with the magnitude of this game, the size of the crowd and the passion of Clemson fans, there’s little doubt we will be able to set a new record,” Money said.