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Saturday, August 24, 2019

10 Best-Ever Stadiums in College Football History.

Top 10 Greatest/Biggest Stadiums in College Football History.

 What makes a great college football stadium? The best-of-the-best have the perfect mix of location, history, scenery, traditions, technology and, of course, fans who provide an ultimate home-field advantage.

Top 10 Greatest/Biggest Stadiums in College Football History by Capacity, Fans Love.

Sportshistori brings here the top 10 stadiums in the College Football sport's history.

Top 10 Greatest/Biggest Stadiums in College Football History by Capacity, Fans Love.

10. Beaver Stadium, Penn State

Capacity: 106,572

There’s only one stadium on this list that can pack in more fans than Beaver Stadium, and there are few more intimidating sights for opponents than when the Nittany Lions hold their annual “white out.”

9. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Florida

Capacity: 88,548

The home of the Gators earned the moniker “The Swamp” back in 1992, when then-coach Steve Spurrier likened the stadium experience for opponents to the “hot, sticky” and “dangerous” nature of a real one.

8. Neyland Stadium, Tennessee

Capacity: 102,455

Currently boasting the fourth-largest capacity in college football, Neyland Stadium once packed 109,061 people in for a 2004 win over Florida.

7. Husky Stadium, Washington

Capacity: 70,083

On game days, Lake Washington, which sits just outside the field, is packed with boats filled with fans. This scene is quite unique to Husky Stadium and gives it a feature that makes the game-day atmosphere unmatched elsewhere.

6. Memorial Stadium, Clemson

Capacity: 81,500

This stadium is best known as “Death Valley.” Built on top of old cemetery grounds, Memorial Stadium is one of the most intimidating places to play a game. Howard’s Rock sits atop a hill in the east end zone, a symbol in one of the country's best college traditions.

5. Ohio Stadium, Ohio State

Capacity: 104,851

Ohio Stadium is one of the best places to watch a football game. While it used to be a horse shoe-type structure (hence the nickname “The Shoe”), recently the university added more seats to make it the third-largest college stadium in the sport.

4. Tiger Stadium, LSU

Capacity: 102,321

The best part about Tiger Stadium is not the raucous crowds that it attracts every game, but the mammoth structure itself. Also titled “Death Valley,” Tiger Stadium is one of the craziest and most exciting places to watch a game, and it’s hard to beat the atmosphere when Alabama comes to town.

3. Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame

Capacity: 77,622

Notre Dame Stadium is a classic location in college football. Known for its view of the school’s famous “Touchdown Jesus” mural rising above the north end zone

2. Michigan Stadium, Michigan

Capacity: 107,601

This one is pretty self-explanatory. “The Big House” is the largest and most crowded stadium in all of college football. In 2013, when Michigan hosted Notre Dame, the stadium held a single game record number 115,109 fans. Enough said.

1. Rose Bowl, UCLA

Capacity: 90,888

The history and beauty surrounding the Rose Bowl is the reason why this stadium tops the list. Located in Pasadena, Calif., the stadium sits in a perfect location with amazing sights, landscape and scenes all around. The one-tier grandstand surrounds the entire field and there is simply not a bad seat in the house. The first Rose Bowl game was played here in 1923

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