When you think about the major stadiums in the SEC, Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium, Georgia’s Sanford Stadium, Florida’s Swamp, LSU’s Tiger Stadium, Tennessee’s Neyland Stadim, Texas A&M’s Kyle Field and others come to mind.

However, one of the most raucous and crazy atmospheres in all of college football can be found in South Carolina at Williams-Brice Stadium.

In fact, when asked to name his favorite stadium in the SEC on Tuesday, SEC Network analyst Jordan Rodgers (a former Vanderbilt quarterback) explained why Williams-Brice is the best in the conference:

“As a player, that was one of the most intimidating places to play,” he said. “Sandstorm gets going, that crowd in the fourth quarter — unbelievable. It might not be as big as some of the others, but you’d better watch out for South Carolina.”

Indeed, “Sandstorm” is one of the most fun new traditions in the SEC, and Williams-Brice is always a dangerous place to play.