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RE: Which stadiums have you been to for CFB games? Where would you like to go?
Mine is a very short and weird list.

Kentucky
LA Collesseum
Astrodome (not for college football)
Alamodome (not for college football)
Cowboys Stadium (not for college football)
Blackshear (Prairie View)
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(01-11-2018 09:44 AM)Gamecock Wrote:  Thought this would be a fun thread now that it's officially the offseason. Should be interesting to see where people have been and where they want to go.

Folsom Field (Long time ago...before many renovations. Used to have great views out of the West/Home Stands...)
Notre Dame Stadium (Great place to see a game!)
Kinnick Stadium (I was there before permanent lights...It's a classic that's often forgotten in the B10...)
Jack Trice Stadium (The coldest place I have ever been; It was the last game of the season, wind whipping through the cold, concrete stands...it was miserable.)
Nippert Stadium (Another great place to see a game!)
Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati/OSU...I had great seats for this one...)
Ohio Stadium (Eh... Every time I have been there I have been miles from the field and it's a pain to get into and out of...)
Peden Stadium ( On the banks of the Hocking... Very pretty in the fall! Not much crowd, though.)
Joan C. Edwards Stadium (Meh... I have sat in various places here and am ambivalent.)
Mountaineer Field (Not a bad stadium, but the fans can be a real handful... Only stadium I have been vomited on.)

Would like to go to...
-Navy-Marine Corps. Memorial Stadium
-Michie Stadium
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RE: Which stadiums have you been to for CFB games? Where would you like to go?
(01-11-2018 01:43 PM)_C2_ Wrote:  Mine is a very short and weird list.

Kentucky
LA Collesseum
Astrodome (not for college football)
Alamodome (not for college football)
Cowboys Stadium (not for college football)
Blackshear (Prairie View)

That is a weird list. No Southwest, CUSA, or AAC schools?
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I never really went to many college football games. I always went to more high school games, especially because I used to cover it as a writer. I never even went to a game at old Robertson Stadium.
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RE: Which stadiums have you been to for CFB games? Where would you like to go?
FBS
AAC - 5- Cinn, ECU, LA Tech, Navy, USF, Tulsa
ACC - 11 - Boston College, Clemson, Duke, FSU, GA Tech, Maryland, NC, NC State, VA, VA Tech, WF
Big Ten - 4 - Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue - Adding Penn State next year
Big XII- 1 - West Virginia
CUSA - 7 - Charlotte, La Tech, Marshall, MTSU, ODU, UAB, WKU
Mtn West - 2 - Air Force, Nevada
MAC - 2 - Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan
PAC 12 - 1 - Utah
SEC -9 - Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, USC, Tennessee, Vanderbilt
Sun Belt - 7- App State, Coastal, Ga State, Ga Southern, ULM, ULL, Troy
Independents - 2 - Army, Notre Dame

FCS
Big Sky - 2 - Montana, Montana State
Big South - 4 - Charleston Southern, Gardner Webb, Liberty, Presbyterian
Colonial - 6 - Elon, JMU, Maine, New Hampshire, Richmond, W&M
Great West - 0
Ivy League - 1 - Harvard
Missouri Valley - 0
NEC - 0
OVC - 3 - EKU, Morehead, Tenn Tech
Patriot - 1 - Lehigh
Pioneer - 2 - Davidson
Southern - 7 - Citadel, Furman, UTC, Samford, VMI, Western, Wofford
Southland - 3 - McNeese, Nicholls State, Northwestern State
MEAC - 5 - FL A&M, Hampton, NC A&T, Norfolk State, SC State
SWAC - 1 Alabama State

86 Total
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RE: Which stadiums have you been to for CFB games? Where would you like to go?
I have been to a few in my area:

For me:
Home games:
Papa Johns Cardinal Stadium (Louisville)
Maryland Stadium (college Park, MD)
Johnny U Stadium (Towson, MD)
LT Smith Stadium WKU (Bowling Green, KY)

As Visiting team:
Nippert Stadium (Cincy)
Liberty bowl (Memphis)
Mountianeer Field (Morgantown, WV)
Joan C Edwards Stadium, Marshall (Huntington, WV)
Lincoln Financial Field Temple (Phila)

Commonwealth Stadium (Lexington, KY)
Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium (Annapolis, MD)
Memorial Stadium (Clemson, SC)
MM Roberts Stadium - Southern Miss (Hattiesburg, MS)
Scott Stadium -UVA (Charlottesville, VA)
Note Dame Stadium

Bowl games/Neutral Site games
M&T Bank Stadium (Army vs. Navy)
Paul Brown Stadium, Cincy
Lincoln Financial Field (Army v Navy)
Liberty Bowl
Superdome
Georgia Dome
Sunlife Stadium, Miami (before recent renovations)
Bank of America Stadium (Charlotte)
LP Field (Nashville)
Silverdome (Detroit)
Lucas Oil Stadium vs. Purdue opening game(Indy)
Fed Ex Field, Washington DC
Tropicana Field - Beed OBrady;s Bowl (st. Pete, FL)
Ladd-Peebles Stadium GMAC Bowl (Mobile, AL)
Rose Bowl, Pacedena
Everbank Field, Jax
Citrus Bowl Stadium, Orlando

Non college (not already listed):
Giants Stadium
Foxboro Stadium
Heinz Field
Texas Stadium (Irving)
Metrodome (Minneapolis)
Soldier Field
Lambeau Field
Ford Field (Detroit)
Raymond James Stadium (Tampa)
Arrowhead Stadium (KC)
Edward Jones Dome (STL)
Univ Phx Stadium (Glendale)
Centruy Link Field (Seattle)




My favorite was Memorial Stadium in Clemson in terms of atmosphere. Century Link was the best in terms of site lines and amenities (some of the above have been renovated since I went). Bryant-Denny is the one I'd like to go to.
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(01-11-2018 03:46 PM)AppManDG Wrote:  FBS
AAC - 5- Cinn, ECU, LA Tech, Navy, USF, Tulsa
ACC - 11 - Boston College, Clemson, Duke, FSU, GA Tech, Maryland, NC, NC State, VA, VA Tech, WF
Big Ten - 4 - Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Purdue - Adding Penn State next year
Big XII- 1 - West Virginia
CUSA - 7 - Charlotte, La Tech, Marshall, MTSU, ODU, UAB, WKU
Mtn West - 2 - Air Force, Nevada
MAC - 2 - Bowling Green, Eastern Michigan
PAC 12 - 1 - Utah
SEC -9 - Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, USC, Tennessee, Vanderbilt
Sun Belt - 7- App State, Coastal, Ga State, Ga Southern, ULM, ULL, Troy
Independents - 2 - Army, Notre Dame

FCS
Big Sky - 2 - Montana, Montana State
Big South - 4 - Charleston Southern, Gardner Webb, Liberty, Presbyterian
Colonial - 6 - Elon, JMU, Maine, New Hampshire, Richmond, W&M
Great West - 0
Ivy League - 1 - Harvard
Missouri Valley - 0
NEC - 0
OVC - 3 - EKU, Morehead, Tenn Tech
Patriot - 1 - Lehigh
Pioneer - 2 - Davidson
Southern - 7 - Citadel, Furman, UTC, Samford, VMI, Western, Wofford
Southland - 3 - McNeese, Nicholls State, Northwestern State
MEAC - 5 - FL A&M, Hampton, NC A&T, Norfolk State, SC State
SWAC - 1 Alabama State

86 Total

We might have a winner
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The coolest stadium I have every been to is Washington's.

The rest are all pretty much the same thing with a few variations outside.
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(01-11-2018 10:44 AM)tcufrog86 Wrote:  Sun Bowl is definitely a cool venue with the setting nestled in the mountains/foothills. Local El Paso also supports the bowl really well, so no matter who is playing there is almost always a nice crowd.

Plus there is this

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Not as many as I'd like:

Coliseum (Southern Cal)
Rose Bowl (UCLA) x2
Memorial Stadium (Illinois) x 8
Sun Devil Stadium (Arizona State) x 4 (College only)
Mackay Stadium (Nevada)
Washington-Grizzly (Montana)
Walkup Skydome (NAU) - many
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