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MyBB College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Just a fun thread I thought i'd start.
Here are mine

keep in mind I'm younger then most of you guys so my list is gonna be a lot shorter lol

UConn:
Gampel Pavilion 10+ ( Men and Women)
XL Center 15+ ( Men and Women )

UMass:
Mullins Center 5+

Boston College:
Conte Forum 1

Barclays Center (NIT Tip Off):
Florida st vs Illinois
Temple vs WVU

MassMutual Center:
Ole Miss vs UMass
a few other games as well but don't remember the teams.

St John's:
Carnesecca Arena 1

Sacred heart:
William H. Pitt Center ( Basketball camp)

saw from the outside:
Pete Maravich assembly center ( LSU )
FedEx Forum (Memphis)
Frank Erwin Center ( Texas)

a few Arenas I want to catch a game at:
Fifth third arena ( Cincy )
Moody Coliseum ( SMU )
Cameron indoor ( DOOK )
Koch Arena ( WSU)
Chrysler Arena ( Michigan )
the Pavilion ( Nova )
Indiana Assembly Hall ( Indiana )
What are yours?
(This post was last modified: 02-12-2018 10:36 AM by Huskypride.)
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Koch Arena 100+
Intrust Bank Arena 5+
Wichita, KS

Bramlage Coliseum (OU v K-State)
Manhattan, KS

Allen Fieldhouse (Pacific and Colorado vs KU
Lawrence, KS

Sprint Center (MTE)
KC, MO

CenturyLink Center (Regular Season and NCAA)
Omaha, NE

Scottrade Center 15+ (conference tournament and NCAA)
St. Louis, MO

EnergySolutions Arena (NCAA)
Salt Lake City, Utah

Gallagher-Iba Arena
Stillwater, OK

Reynolds Center
Tulsa, OK

JQH Arena
Springfield, MO

Knapp Center
Des Moines, IA

Clune Arena
Colorado Springs, CO

Chesapeake Energy Arena
OKC, OK

HP Field House (MTE)
Kissimmee, FL

Sports and Fitness Center
USVI

Verizon Center (Maryland v Georgetown)
Washington DC
02-08-2018 04:30 PM
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Sorted descending by visits:
Fifth Third (UC)
Assembly Hall (IU)
Hinkle Fieldhouse (Butler)
BB&T (NKU)
Bankers Life Arena (Crossroads Classic)

US Bank Arena (UC/Xavier)
Lucas Oil Stadium (IU/Gonzaga)
RCA Dome (00 Final Four, IU/UK)
Freedom Hall (IU/UK)
Rupp Arena (IU/Duke S16)
Thomas & Mack (UNLV)
Prudential Center (UC/Florida)
UD Arena (NCAA 1st round)

Bankers Life was probably the best place to watch a game if your just simply talking about the physical structure.
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Memphis
Madison Square Garden
UAB/Bartow
Ole Miss
Miss State
Tennessee
Belmont
UT Martin
Rhodes College
Auburn
Georgia
USM
Union Univ. (Jackson, TN)
Western Ky.
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Temple
La Salle
St. Joe's
Penn
Villanova
Drexel

Florida
Florida State
Kansas
Penn State

Nashville, Jacksonville, Miami, Brooklyn for NCAA Tournament
Atlantic City for A10 Tournament
Miami area for Temple/UF
MSG for Temple/Cuse
Meadowlands for Temple/Duke

Interned at ASU and spent a lot of time in the basketball arena, but wasn't there during the season.

Been to 31 D-I schools' campuses that I can remember.
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Edmunds Center (Stetson)
CFE Arena (UCF)
Old UCF Arena (UCF)
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
(02-08-2018 04:36 PM)DownOnRohs Wrote:  Bankers Life was probably the best place to watch a game if your just simply talking about the physical structure.

I forgot to list Bankers Life for the NCAA

I absolutely loved that arena and that town. I left there hoping the MVC would consider Indianapolis as a future conference tournament location.
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
I've been to that dump in Lawrence, Kansas.

I couldn't figure out if it was history I was smelling or mold.

What a dump.


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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Fifth Third Arena (Cincinnati)
Bank of Kentucky Center (Cincinnati/NKU)
US Bank Arena (Cincinnati)
Stroh Center (Bowling Green)
Assembly Hall...State Farm Center now I guess (Illinois)
Assembly Hall (Indiana)
Rupp Arena (Kentucky)
Freedom Hall (Louisville)
Yum Center (Louisville)
Memphis Pyramid (both for a game and for Bass Pro 03-lmfao)
Crisler Arena (Michigan)
Breslin Arena (Michigan State)
Joyce Center (Notre Dame)
Schottenstein Center (Ohio State)
Peterson Center (Pittsburgh)
Mackey Arena (Purdue)
Carrier Dome (Syracuse)
Savage Arena (Toledo)
Devlin Fieldhouse (Tulane)
XL Center (UConn)
West Virginia Coliseum (West Virginia)
Kohl Center (Wisconsin)
Nutter Center (Wright State)
Cintas Center (Xavier)

Bridgestone Arena (NCAA Tournament 1st and 2nd Round in Nashville)
Boston Garden (NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen in Boston)
Palace of Auburn Hills (NCAA Tournament 1st and 2nd Round in Detroit)
Madison Square Garden (Big East Tournament)


Loudest: Cintas Center
Quietest (by virtue of not having fans): Nutter Center
Quietest (by virtue of being a ******* cavern): Illinois Assembly Hall
Weirdest: West Virginia Coliseum or Indiana Assembly Hall
Best Venue: Yum Center
Worst Venue: Devlin Fieldhouse
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
SMU - Moody
Houston - Hofheinz
Rice - Autry/Tudor
Texas Southern - HPE
UCLA - Pauley
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Koch Arena
Intrust Bank Arena (Wichita)
Gallagher-Iba Arena (Oklahoma St)
Ferrell Center (Baylor)
Scottrade Center (St. Louis)
CenturyLink Center (Omaha)
Georgia Dome
JQH Arena (Missouri St)
Sprint Center (Kansas City)
Reynolds Center (Tulsa)

Loudest PA System: Gallagher-IBA, oh my...

Worst Exit Strategy: Reynolds Center. What were they thinking?

Most Different: Georgia Dome. Watching a basketball game with 70,000+ others is a different experience.

Worst: Scottrade Center. That building has a curse on the Shockers.
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
(02-08-2018 04:46 PM)C0|db|00ded Wrote:  I've been to that dump in Lawrence, Kansas.

I couldn't figure out if it was history I was smelling or mold.

What a dump.


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It's an incredible place. I had chills the entire time. Amazing campus too.
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
(02-08-2018 05:08 PM)JHG722 Wrote:  
(02-08-2018 04:46 PM)C0|db|00ded Wrote:  I've been to that dump in Lawrence, Kansas.

I couldn't figure out if it was history I was smelling or mold.

What a dump.


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It's an incredible place. I had chills the entire time. Amazing campus too.

That's the mold affecting your central nervous system.

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Campus looked much better back in the 70's when the rednecks from Missouri kept trying to burn it to the ground.


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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Mid-South Coliseum
The Pyramid
FedEx Forum
Devlin/Fogelman Fieldhouse
Loyola New Orleans Fieldhouse (NO Jazz games)
Vanderbilt
Tennessee
Pentagon Arena (Sioux Falls SD)
Hilton Arena (Ames)
Freedom Hall
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
(02-08-2018 05:03 PM)shocks02 Wrote:  Koch Arena
Intrust Bank Arena (Wichita)
Gallagher-Iba Arena (Oklahoma St)
Ferrell Center (Baylor)
Scottrade Center (St. Louis)
CenturyLink Center (Omaha)
Georgia Dome
JQH Arena (Missouri St)
Sprint Center (Kansas City)
Reynolds Center (Tulsa)

Loudest PA System: Gallagher-IBA, oh my...

Worst Exit Strategy: Reynolds Center. What were they thinking?

Most Different: Georgia Dome. Watching a basketball game with 70,000+ others is a different experience.

Worst: Scottrade Center. That building has a curse on the Shockers.

Different is putting it nicely. Basketball should not be played in football stadiums.

Allowing that many Looserville fans to accumulate in one place without police in riot gear wasn't too smart either.


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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Houston
Texas Southern
Rice (Autry and Tudor)
Texas A&M (old and newish)
Texas
SMU (Moody and new Moody)
Lamar
Reunion Arena (SWC Tournament)
The Summit (SWC Tournament)
Tulsa
Memphis
LSU
Tulane
New Mexico (UH-Louisville and UH-SATAN)
Boston College
Northeastern
BU (ice hockey arena sometimes used for hoops)
Cornell
Colgate
Syracuse
Penn
Princeton
Harvard
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Koch Arena
Loyola Chicago
Syracuse
Scottrade St Louis
Georgia Dome
Temple
U Houston
Rice U
Baylor
Seton Hall
Colorado State
LSU
Texas A&M
U of Texas
St. Thomas USVI
Coming up this year: SMU and Orlando
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Koch Arena and its predecessor Henry Levitt Arena
Century Link (Creighton, NCAA WSU vs KU)
Sobrato Center (WSU vs San Francisco)
Viejas Center (WSU vs San Diego State)
Redbird Arena (WSU vs Ill State)
Sprint Center (several CBE games, two KU tournament games)
Kansas City Municipal Auditorium (UMKC)
Scott Trade Center (MVC tournaments, 2014 NCAA tournament)
Intrust Bank Arena, Wichita (WSU vs UAB, St. Louis)
Gallagher-IBA, Oklahoma State
Chesapeake Arena OKC, WSU vs OU
The Palestra in Philly (Penn, La Salle)
Madison Square Garden, WSU vs WSU, NIT semi-finals
Bramlage Coliseum (several WSU vs K-State)
Ahearn Fieldhouse (several WSU vs KSU games; former K-State arena; great place to watch a game)
Kansas Coliseum (multiple WSU games and the 1994? NCAA tournament
Roberts Municipal Stadium (WSU vs Evansville)
Staples Center (WSU vs La Salle and Ohio State)
Allen Field House (KU vs Mizzou, and other)
Reynolds Center (WSU vs Tulsa)
Tulsa Municipal Auditorium or whatever it was called (several WSU vs Tulsa games)
Capital One Center (Georgetown vs Mt St Marys)
Frank Erwin Center (Texas vs WVU)
Maravich Assembly Center (LSU vs Georgia)
Lee Arena (Washburn, Topeka)
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
Koch Arena Wichita, KS 250+
Intrust Bank Arena Wichita, KS 8
Scottrade Center St. Louis, MO 2 (Valley Tournaments)
Allen Fieldhouse Lawrence, KS 2 (KU vs Kentucky) (KU vs Rider)
Bramilige Coliseum Manhattan, KS 2 (WSU vs KSU)
Galigher-Iba Arena Stillwater, OK
Prudential Center Newark, NJ (WSU vs Seton Hall)
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RE: College basketball arenas you've been to for a game
(02-08-2018 05:47 PM)pvtlamb Wrote:  Koch Arena and its predecessor Henry Levitt Arena
Century Link (Creighton, NCAA WSU vs KU)
Sobrato Center (WSU vs San Francisco)
Viejas Center (WSU vs San Diego State)
Redbird Arena (WSU vs Ill State)
Sprint Center (several CBE games, two KU tournament games)
Kansas City Municipal Auditorium (UMKC)
Scott Trade Center (MVC tournaments, 2014 NCAA tournament)
Intrust Bank Arena, Wichita (WSU vs UAB, St. Louis)
Gallagher-IBA, Oklahoma State
Chesapeake Arena OKC, WSU vs OU
The Palestra in Philly (Penn, La Salle)
Madison Square Garden, WSU vs WSU, NIT semi-finals
Bramlage Coliseum (several WSU vs K-State)
Ahearn Fieldhouse (several WSU vs KSU games; former K-State arena; great place to watch a game)
Kansas Coliseum (multiple WSU games and the 1994? NCAA tournament
Roberts Municipal Stadium (WSU vs Evansville)
Staples Center (WSU vs La Salle and Ohio State)
Allen Field House (KU vs Mizzou, and other)
Reynolds Center (WSU vs Tulsa)
Tulsa Municipal Auditorium or whatever it was called (several WSU vs Tulsa games)
Capital One Center (Georgetown vs Mt St Marys)
Frank Erwin Center (Texas vs WVU)
Maravich Assembly Center (LSU vs Georgia)
Lee Arena (Washburn, Topeka)

Another dump. But it was a good-sized dump. Looks nice from the outside but once you enter...

All hat and no cattle.


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