Chat with Darnell Bing

Welcome to The Show! On Wednesday, new Oakland Raiders' safety Darnell Bing will join us in chat. Wednesday, ESPN.com visits the Raiders' training camp, the first stop of ESPN.com's NFL training camp tour.

In addition, EA Sports, in conjunction with its release of NCAA Football 2007, the video game company also unvelied its list of the toughest stadiums to play in. Bing's former football home, L.A. Memorial Coliseum (pictured), was seventh in the rankings.

EA Sports ranked the top 25 college football stadiums in which to play and came up with this list: 1. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (Florida) (pictured above); 2. Ohio Stadium (Ohio State); 3. Tiger Stadium (LSU); 4. Beaver Stadium (Penn State); 5. Lane Stadium (Va. Tech); 6. Neyland Stadium (Tennessee); 7. L.A. Memorial Coliseum (USC); 8. DKR- Texas Memorial Stadium (Texas); 9. Kinnick Stadium (Iowa); 10. Doak Campbell Stadium (Florida State); 11. Kyle Field (Texas A&M); 12. Sanford Stadium (Georgia); 13. Autzen Stadium (Oregon); 14. Notre Dame Stadium (Notre Dame); 15. Mountaineer Field (West Virginia); 16. Memorial Stadium (Nebraska); 17. Bryant-Denny Stadium (Alabama); 18. Gaylord-Oklahoma Memorial (Oklahoma); 19. Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin); 20. Jordan-Hare Stadium (Auburn); 21. Michigan Stadium (Michigan); 22. Miami Stadium (Miami); 23. Clemson Memorial Stadium (Clemson); 24. Papa John's Cardinal Stadium (Louisville); 25. Williams-Brice Stadium (South Carolina).

Bing recorded 50 tackles with USC last season, including 2.5 for a loss. He also had six pass break ups and a team-high four interceptions, including one that he ran back 65 yards for a touchdown. The Raiders selected Bing with their fourth round pick, the 101st overall pick.

Send in your questions now about Darnell's time at USC, college football stadiums and his future in the NFL, and then join Darnell in chat Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. ET for all the answers.

Former Notre Dame tight end Anthony Fasano will chat at 1 p.m. Wednesday about his college experience and his future in the NFL. Go here to join his chat.

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