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RE: Which stadiums have you been to for CFB games? Where would you like to go?
Yager Stadium (Miami) - Recent renovations have made it pretty nice, we just need some fans
Ohio Stadium (OSU) - The Shoe was neat, the ushers were annoying though since we couldn't squeeze into the band section
Michigan Stadium (Michigan) - Weirdly looks smaller on the inside, the new press boxes helped make it louder than most people think
Memorial Stadium (Illinois) - Was pre-renovation but it was during the Rose Bowl season so it was a nice atmosphere
Nippert Stadium (UC) - I'm jealous of UC for having Nippert, it's pretty damn close to being the Wrigley of college football
Paul Brown Stadium (UC for a season) - Standard pro stadium, was miserable since Miami was in the middle of our 20+ game losing streak
Faurot Field (Mizzou) - During the Big 12 days, still nice to see
Plaster Stadium (Missouri State) - Pretty bland and full of concrete, not very exciting

Neutral sites:
Edward Jones Dome (multiple Illinois-Mizzou games) - These games were rockin' back in the day
NRG Stadium (2010 Texas Bowl) - Neat to see RGIII in a bowl, though Illinois killed
Tropicana Field (2016 St. Pete Bowl) - Never mention this game again

Seen from the outside:
Kinnick Stadium (Iowa)
Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin)
Memorial Stadium (IU)
Memorial Stadium (KU)
Memorial Stadium (Cal)
Liberty Bowl (Memphis)
Raymond James Stadium (USF)
Astrodome (Houston)
Doyt Perry Stadium (Bowling Green)
Arrowhead Stadium (neutral)

Miami is playing at Army this fall, I'm hoping to make it to West Point for that. Was pissed I couldn't make it to Notre Dame this past season. Would love to see the Rose Bowl at some point, though I seriously doubt I'll have the chance to see Miami there...
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RE: Which stadiums have you been to for CFB games? Where would you like to go?
American - SMU
ACC - Virginia
Big 12 - Oklahoma, Oklahoma St, Kansas, Kansas St, Iowa St, West Virginia, Texas, Texas Tech, Baylor(x2), TCU
Big 10 - Nebraska, Minnesota (new stadium)
CUSA - UNT (old stadium), Rice
MWC - Air Force, SDSU, Colorado St (old stadium), Wyoming, Boise St, New Mexico
PAC 12 - USC, Colorado, Utah
SEC - Arkansas, Texas A&M

Bowls/Neutral
Mobile Bowl
Sugar Bowl
Rose Bowl
Liberty Bowl
Peach Bowl (Georgia Dome)
Fiesta Bowl (Glendale)
Alamo Dome
Astrodome
NRG Reliant
Jerry World
BWW Bowl (Sun Devils Stadium)

Bucket List
Michigan
Notre Dame
Ole Miss
LSU
Army
Navy
Clemson
Ohio St
BYU
Colorado St (new stadium)
Washington

At least 4 college gamedays.

A couple D2 stadiums
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(01-11-2018 06:56 PM)_C2_ Wrote:  
(01-11-2018 04:06 PM)HeartOfDixie Wrote:  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.

Not in college football. The NFL is more like that but college football is as close to baseball in varation as you're gonna get. Then again, you're an SEC fan, so no wonder you feel that way.

Ooooookay...
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RE: Which stadiums have you been to for CFB games? Where would you like to go?
What? College football has a ton of stadiums with a ton of unique features and settings. It's not the NFL or especially the NBA where they all more or less look the same.
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UNC 2x fan, 1x media
NCSU 2x fan, 1x media
Wake Forest 2x fan
Duke 2x fan
VT 3x fan, 2x media
So Car 3x fan, 2x media
Florida 1x media
WVU 1x fan, 1x medida
Alabama 1x fan
Mobile Bowl 1x fan
Peach Bowl (FCS) 1x fan
Bank Of America Stadium 4x (maybe 5x) fan
Marshall 1x fan
UCF 1x fan
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RE: Which stadiums have you been to for CFB games? Where would you like to go?
Cincinnati (Nippert/PBS)
Miami (OH) Their old stadium and Yager Stadium
WVU
Kent State
Tennessee
Kentucky
Eastern Kentucky
Sugar Bowl New Orleans SuperDome
Orange Bowl (Dolphin Stadium)
Pontiac Silverdome
Hoosier Dome

UC opens in the Rose Bowl at UCLA next year. I would love to go see that iconic stadium but don't think I will be able to pull that off.

I would also like to see games at:

Notre Dame (walked around the outside once on vacation)
USC
Virginia Tech
ECU
UNC
NC State
Washington (I've always liked the setting)
The service academies
Any of the schools in the scenic West such as Utah, BYU, The Sun Bowl, Colorado, California, Stanford

I'm not a big fan of the mega stadiums. I suppose it would be good to go to a game at Michigan or OSU just for the experience.
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(01-11-2018 10:23 PM)Love and Honor Wrote:  Yager Stadium (Miami) - Recent renovations have made it pretty nice, we just need some fans
Ohio Stadium (OSU) - The Shoe was neat, the ushers were annoying though since we couldn't squeeze into the band section
Michigan Stadium (Michigan) - Weirdly looks smaller on the inside, the new press boxes helped make it louder than most people think
Memorial Stadium (Illinois) - Was pre-renovation but it was during the Rose Bowl season so it was a nice atmosphere
Nippert Stadium (UC) - I'm jealous of UC for having Nippert, it's pretty damn close to being the Wrigley of college football
Paul Brown Stadium (UC for a season) - Standard pro stadium, was miserable since Miami was in the middle of our 20+ game losing streak
Faurot Field (Mizzou) - During the Big 12 days, still nice to see
Plaster Stadium (Missouri State) - Pretty bland and full of concrete, not very exciting

Neutral sites:
Edward Jones Dome (multiple Illinois-Mizzou games) - These games were rockin' back in the day
NRG Stadium (2010 Texas Bowl) - Neat to see RGIII in a bowl, though Illinois killed
Tropicana Field (2016 St. Pete Bowl) - Never mention this game again

Seen from the outside:
Kinnick Stadium (Iowa)
Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin)
Memorial Stadium (IU)
Memorial Stadium (KU)
Memorial Stadium (Cal)
Liberty Bowl (Memphis)
Raymond James Stadium (USF)
Astrodome (Houston)
Doyt Perry Stadium (Bowling Green)
Arrowhead Stadium (neutral)

Miami is playing at Army this fall, I'm hoping to make it to West Point for that. Was pissed I couldn't make it to Notre Dame this past season. Would love to see the Rose Bowl at some point, though I seriously doubt I'll have the chance to see Miami there...

If you do come out for the Army game, there is usually a cruise/boat ride up the Hudson from Manhattan to West Point. If you're planning out far enough in advance, you might want to look into it.
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RE: Which stadiums have you been to for CFB games? Where would you like to go?
Been to:
Reser's Stadium (Or. St) before their renovations.
Community Stadium (E. Or. U)

Like to:
CSU Stadium
WTAMU when it gets completed.
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(01-12-2018 09:24 AM)MWC Tex Wrote:  Been to:
Reser's Stadium (Or. St) before their renovations.
Community Stadium (E. Or. U)

Like to:
CSU Stadium
WTAMU when it gets completed.

Excited for my Alma mater. I loved Kimbrough, but that place turned into a dump.
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ECU
North Carolina
Duke
NC State
Wake Forest
Navy
UCF
Clemson
Georgia
Georgia Tech
Appalachian State
TCU
SMU
Tennessee

Legion Field - vs. Florida
Bank of America - vs. Virginia Tech, vs. NC State, vs. South Carolina

Like to go to Auburn, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, LSU, and Notre Dame
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Recall being at the following stadiums, some multiple times:

South Carolina, Georgia, Clemson, Penn State, Auburn, Mississippi State, Legion Field in Birmingham, GA Southern, Navy, GA Tech, Alabama, Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Superdome in N.O., Tulane, Charlotte,Tennessee, Va Tech, Duke, Wake Forest, Florida, Miami/Joe Robbie/Hard Rock, Franklin Field in Philly, Bucknell, Furman, Lock Haven, IUP, Presbyterian, Newberry, Western Carolina, Benedict, and Coastal Carolina.

Not recall all dates, but covers decades.
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Akron (old & new), Kent State, BGSU, Miami-OH, WMU, CMU, Buffalo, Tosu, YSU, Pitt (old one), N. Iowa, Purdue, UCF, USF (Raymond James), Browns Stadium (Akron v. Army), Navy-Annapolis, Tropicana Field St. Pete (bowls), VT. Have been to so many other stadiums just to see them while traveling. Would like to go to a game at Camp Randall, The Swamp, Army, Pasadena, Stanford, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Iowa State.
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The places i've been.....

All the MAC Schools except NIU
Ohio State
Michigan
Michigan State
Iowa
Penn State
Purdue
Indiana
Temple (Lincoln Financial)
Notre Dame
Fresno State
Clemson
Cincinnati
Marshall

Bowl Game- Sugar, Fiesta, GMAC, Cotton, Motor City
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(01-11-2018 10:23 PM)Love and Honor Wrote:  Yager Stadium (Miami) - Recent renovations have made it pretty nice, we just need some fans
Ohio Stadium (OSU) - The Shoe was neat, the ushers were annoying though since we couldn't squeeze into the band section
Michigan Stadium (Michigan) - Weirdly looks smaller on the inside, the new press boxes helped make it louder than most people think
Memorial Stadium (Illinois) - Was pre-renovation but it was during the Rose Bowl season so it was a nice atmosphere
Nippert Stadium (UC) - I'm jealous of UC for having Nippert, it's pretty damn close to being the Wrigley of college football
Paul Brown Stadium (UC for a season) - Standard pro stadium, was miserable since Miami was in the middle of our 20+ game losing streak
Faurot Field (Mizzou) - During the Big 12 days, still nice to see
Plaster Stadium (Missouri State) - Pretty bland and full of concrete, not very exciting

Neutral sites:
Edward Jones Dome (multiple Illinois-Mizzou games) - These games were rockin' back in the day
NRG Stadium (2010 Texas Bowl) - Neat to see RGIII in a bowl, though Illinois killed
Tropicana Field (2016 St. Pete Bowl) - Never mention this game again

Seen from the outside:
Kinnick Stadium (Iowa)
Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin)
Memorial Stadium (IU)
Memorial Stadium (KU)
Memorial Stadium (Cal)
Liberty Bowl (Memphis)
Raymond James Stadium (USF)
Astrodome (Houston)
Doyt Perry Stadium (Bowling Green)
Arrowhead Stadium (neutral)

Miami is playing at Army this fall, I'm hoping to make it to West Point for that. Was pissed I couldn't make it to Notre Dame this past season. Would love to see the Rose Bowl at some point, though I seriously doubt I'll have the chance to see Miami there...

We like to go by college campuses when we travel. There are about 30 across the country, from Boston College to FSU to USC to UW, I've seen from the outside that I haven't seen a game in.
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(01-11-2018 07:37 PM)bullet Wrote:  I would say Bobby Dodd is my least favorite. Its an old stadium that reminds me of the Reds old Crosley Field. You have restricted sightlines in the lower deck due to the supports.

Rice is my favorite. There isn't a bad seat in the house (if you ignore the splinters on some of the bleachers-but they've replaced almost all of those by now).

Fixed. Baby steps and we’ve been behind the curve for years... Still lots of work to do...


(01-11-2018 07:56 PM)_C2_ Wrote:  It's just too bad a team worth anything doesn't play there. Rice hasn't been good since the stadium was more or less brand new.

Just one more reason Rice should actually get serious about athletics or quit. They have all the tools.

Yeah, we’re getting there. We have been good, but we’ve been bad more than we’ve been good, to be sure.

Here’s my list, starting with Rice Stadium, and some of the memorable games and good teams I’ve seen play there.

Actually I’ve been to Astrodome too, but like you I’ve never seen a college football game there. (But when I read your post that you’d been theee but “not for College Football” I figured you had gone to one of the dismal Rice/Houston games there back in the day (I don’t know what those boys are playing out there but it sure don’t look like football)

Bluebonnet Bowl at Rice Stadium (Baylor/Colorado). Most butts in seats I’ve ever seen in the place.

2008 Bayou Bucket: Rice (Clement/Dillard/Casey) beat UH (Keenum) in a division title elimination game. Rice division co-champs.

2013 Rice Tulane. Owls hold Joe Montana’s son to zero first downs through three quarters to win their second West title (eliminating Tulane in so doing -was their final CUSA game)

~1999 Rice/TCU. Owls option attack takes charge in 2Q and defense shuts down LaDanian Tomlinson to win big (42-21 or so)

Rice/Colorado State a Big win over a ranked WAC squad. They had no answer for our ground game.

2006 Rice/SMU Owls clinch first bowl berth in 40 years in wild win over Ponies (still in a 20+ bowl drought at the time themselves) winner earned N.O. Bowl bid.

1983 Rice/Southwest Texas(?). First Owls win I saw in person, we broke nation’s longest active losing streak. Northwestern, you’re in the clock. Tore down the frickin’ goal posts, too.

OTHERS...
Folsom Field (multiple times, CU games)
Kyle Field (we won the 1st Qtr)
Notre Dame (we won the 4th Qtr)
Amon Carter (Rice/TCU plus Armed Forces Rice over AF)
Darryl K Royal/Memorial
Superdome (NO Bowl)
Texans Stadium (Texas Bowl Rice over WMU)
Cotton Bowl (Rice/SMU and SMU/Arkansas)
Ford Field (SMU)
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(01-11-2018 09:10 PM)Wedge Wrote:  
(01-11-2018 07:34 PM)TripleA Wrote:  Where I've been:

Memphis
Tennessee
Ole Miss
Miss State
Georgia
Georgia Tech
LSU
Auburn
Vandy
Florida State
Tulane
Kansas

Where I'd like to go:

Virginia Tech
Texas A&M
Notre Dame
USC
Michigan
Ohio State
Navy
Army
Air Force
Boise State

You don't need to see a game at the LA Coliseum, unless you just want to check it off your list. But you do want to see a game at the Rose Bowl.

Probably both. I watched UGA-OU, and the Rose Bowl stadium doesn't seem all that impressive, either. Just a typical oval, and only one tier.

In both cases, it's just a matter of the history, not the stadium itself. Probably how I feel about ND, too, and to some extent, Michigan and Ohio State.
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(01-13-2018 10:54 PM)bullet Wrote:  Seen from the outside:
Kinnick Stadium (Iowa)
Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin)
Memorial Stadium (IU)
Memorial Stadium (KU)
Memorial Stadium (Cal)
Liberty Bowl (Memphis)
Raymond James Stadium (USF)
Astrodome (Houston)
Doyt Perry Stadium (Bowling Green)
Arrowhead Stadium (neutral)

We like to go by college campuses when we travel. There are about 30 across the country, from Boston College to FSU to USC to UW, I've seen from the outside that I haven't seen a game in.
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Most of the ones I listed were just by happenstance on college tours during high school or other random trips (e.g. Astrodome while attending the Texas Bowl). It is pretty cool to see the variance among the big stadiums, unfortunately most of the MAC is pretty ununique in stadium design.
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(01-14-2018 10:07 AM)owl at the moon Wrote:  
(01-11-2018 07:37 PM)bullet Wrote:  I would say Bobby Dodd is my least favorite. Its an old stadium that reminds me of the Reds old Crosley Field. You have restricted sightlines in the lower deck due to the supports.

Rice is my favorite. There isn't a bad seat in the house (if you ignore the splinters on some of the bleachers-but they've replaced almost all of those by now).

Fixed. Baby steps and we’ve been behind the curve for years... Still lots of work to do...


(01-11-2018 07:56 PM)_C2_ Wrote:  It's just too bad a team worth anything doesn't play there. Rice hasn't been good since the stadium was more or less brand new.

Just one more reason Rice should actually get serious about athletics or quit. They have all the tools.

Yeah, we’re getting there. We have been good, but we’ve been bad more than we’ve been good, to be sure.

Here’s my list, starting with Rice Stadium, and some of the memorable games and good teams I’ve seen play there.

Actually I’ve been to Astrodome too, but like you I’ve never seen a college football game there. (But when I read your post that you’d been theee but “not for College Football” I figured you had gone to one of the dismal Rice/Houston games there back in the day (I don’t know what those boys are playing out there but it sure don’t look like football)

Bluebonnet Bowl at Rice Stadium (Baylor/Colorado). Most butts in seats I’ve ever seen in the place.

2008 Bayou Bucket: Rice (Clement/Dillard/Casey) beat UH (Keenum) in a division title elimination game. Rice division co-champs.

2013 Rice Tulane. Owls hold Joe Montana’s son to zero first downs through three quarters to win their second West title (eliminating Tulane in so doing -was their final CUSA game)

~1999 Rice/TCU. Owls option attack takes charge in 2Q and defense shuts down LaDanian Tomlinson to win big (42-21 or so)

Rice/Colorado State a Big win over a ranked WAC squad. They had no answer for our ground game.

2006 Rice/SMU Owls clinch first bowl berth in 40 years in wild win over Ponies (still in a 20+ bowl drought at the time themselves) winner earned N.O. Bowl bid.

1983 Rice/Southwest Texas(?). First Owls win I saw in person, we broke nation’s longest active losing streak. Northwestern, you’re in the clock. Tore down the frickin’ goal posts, too.

OTHERS...
Folsom Field (multiple times, CU games)
Kyle Field (we won the 1st Qtr)
Notre Dame (we won the 4th Qtr)
Amon Carter (Rice/TCU plus Armed Forces Rice over AF)
Darryl K Royal/Memorial
Superdome (NO Bowl)
Texans Stadium (Texas Bowl Rice over WMU)
Cotton Bowl (Rice/SMU and SMU/Arkansas)
Ford Field (SMU)

I was at that Rice-SMU game in 2006. That was a great college experience. The players were really excited. Everyone went down on the field. My daughter was on my shoulders high fiving the players saying, "Great game!"

Another memorable Rice Stadium game was the final SWC game in 1995. I've got the cup to prove it. We watched the end of the UT-A&M game on TV and then hustled over to Rice Stadium for the last quarter and a half. Rice let it slip away to UH at the end, 18-17.
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(01-14-2018 01:46 PM)Love and Honor Wrote:  
(01-13-2018 10:54 PM)bullet Wrote:  Seen from the outside:
Kinnick Stadium (Iowa)
Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin)
Memorial Stadium (IU)
Memorial Stadium (KU)
Memorial Stadium (Cal)
Liberty Bowl (Memphis)
Raymond James Stadium (USF)
Astrodome (Houston)
Doyt Perry Stadium (Bowling Green)
Arrowhead Stadium (neutral)

We like to go by college campuses when we travel. There are about 30 across the country, from Boston College to FSU to USC to UW, I've seen from the outside that I haven't seen a game in.

Most of the ones I listed were just by happenstance on college tours during high school or other random trips (e.g. Astrodome while attending the Texas Bowl). It is pretty cool to see the variance among the big stadiums, unfortunately most of the MAC is pretty ununique in stadium design.
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Buffalo isn't particularly unique and its small, but its nice. I've been by Yager (my sister is a Miami alum), but I don't really remember much about it.
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(01-14-2018 01:46 PM)Love and Honor Wrote:  
(01-13-2018 10:54 PM)bullet Wrote:  Seen from the outside:
Kinnick Stadium (Iowa)
Camp Randall Stadium (Wisconsin)
Memorial Stadium (IU)
Memorial Stadium (KU)
Memorial Stadium (Cal)
Liberty Bowl (Memphis)
Raymond James Stadium (USF)
Astrodome (Houston)
Doyt Perry Stadium (Bowling Green)
Arrowhead Stadium (neutral)

We like to go by college campuses when we travel. There are about 30 across the country, from Boston College to FSU to USC to UW, I've seen from the outside that I haven't seen a game in.

Most of the ones I listed were just by happenstance on college tours during high school or other random trips (e.g. Astrodome while attending the Texas Bowl). It is pretty cool to see the variance among the big stadiums, unfortunately most of the MAC is pretty ununique in stadium design.
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The wings of Peden are a notoriously unique feature.
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