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Vote for college basketball's most difficult venue

Over the past two weeks, we ranked the home arenas for every college basketball team in the nation's 10 best conferences with the following prompt: Which venue is the most difficult place for opponents to play in?

We then offered it up to the fan vote. The winners are below, followed by the poll to end all polls featuring each league's winner. All the heavy hitters are in the mix. Which venue will take the crown?

ACC: Duke's Cameron Indoor Stadium, 6,879 votes or 38 percent

Big 12: Kansas' Allen Fieldhouse, 4,425 votes or 50 percent

Big Ten: Indiana's Assembly Hall, 3,960 votes or 19 percent

Mountain West: New Mexico's WisePies Arena, 2,661 votes or 48 percent

Atlantic 10: St. Bonaventure's Reilly Center, 2,256 or 33 percent

Pac-12: Arizona's McKale Memorial Center, 1,937 votes or 41 percent

SEC: Kentucky's Rupp Arena, 1,879 votes or 46 percent

American: UConn's Harry A. Gampel Pavilion, 1,457 votes or 41 percent

Big East: Villanova's The Pavilion, 1,284 votes or 25 percent

West Coast Conference: BYU's Marriott Center, 936 votes or 43 percent

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