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With College Football kicking into gear last week, it’s time to rank what we believe are the Top 50 College Football Stadiums in the country. We did our ranking based off of stadium size, how loud the stadium is, and how much school spirit the fans bring to these stadiums for football games.
Here’s what we came up with:
50. Aloha Stadium, University of Hawaii
49. Franklin Field, University of Pennsylvania
48. Folsom Field, University of Colorado Boulder
47. Scott Stadium, University of Virginia
46. Rice Stadium, Rice University
45. Faurot Field, University of Missouri
44. Legion Field, UAB
43. Spartan Stadium, Michigan State
42. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, University of Florida
41. Bright House Networks Stadium, University of Central Florida
40. Boone Pickens Stadium, Oklahoma State 39. Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Kansas State 38. Byrd Stadium, Maryland 37. Sun Devil Stadium, Arizona State 36. Bobby Dodd Stadium, Georgia Tech
35. Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, University of Oklahoma 34. BB&T Field, Wake Forest 33. Memorial Stadium, Indiana University 32. Husky Stadium, University of Washington 31. TCF Bank Stadium, University of Minnesota 30. Ross-Ade Stadium, Purdue University 29. Mountaineer Field, West Virginia University 28. Rice-Eccles Stadium, University of Utah 27. Jack Trice Stadium, Iowa State
26. Carter-Finley Stadium, North Carolina State 25. Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, University of Louisville 24. Falcon Stadium, United States Air Force Academy 23. Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida State 22. Camp Randall, University of Wisconsin-Madison 21. Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech 20. Memorial Stadium, Clemson University
19. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Ole Miss
18. Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium, University of Texas
17. Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn University
16. Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, University of Arkansas
15. Bryant-Denny Stadium, University of Alabama
14. Neyland Stadium, University of Tennessee
13. Williams-Brice Stadium, University of South Carolina
12. Los Angeles Coliseum, USC
11. Memorial Stadium, University of Nebraska 10. Sanford Stadium, University of Georgia 9. Ohio Stadium, The Ohio State 8. California Memorial Stadium, University of California at Berkeley 7. Tiger Stadium, LSU 6. Michie Stadium, United States Military Academy 5. Beaver Stadium, Penn State 4. Albertsons Stadium, Boise State 3. Michigan Stadium, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 2. Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame 1. Rose Bowl, UCLA
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How is Florida number 42? Explain that to me
Because there are 41 better stadiums according to the opinion of the writer.
How is Autzen Stadium at University of Oregon not on here?
How is Rutgers not on the list?!
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