Rank 'Em: Top college football stadiums --ESPN

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  1. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    Rank 'Em: Top college football stadiums

    ESPN.com ranks stadiums again. This time you can rank them 1-20 instead of just "pick one". Tiger Stadium is currently #7. We gotta finish better than that.

    LSU #1 fellers!

    Ohio, Michigan, and, ahem . . . Neyland--low.
     
  2. TigerBait3

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    Cant you just feel the love spreading from Big 10 country...

    10 am. kickoff So cold you can't feel your face. Fair weather fans that know little about football. But once you get packed into the rediculously crowded, bowl of a stadium, thats when the "top 10" stadium comes out.
    ..:dis::dis:
     
  3. TejasTiger

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    Yeah, well, that a**hole Bruce Feldman doesn't even rank Tiger Stadium in his *top 10*!

    Shouldn't ESPN.com employ a college football blogger who, you know, knows his a**hole from a hole in the ground when it comes to college football?

    What next: he ranks Temple his preseason #1 in the country or something?

    What a tool.
     
  4. LSUalum24

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    Why is UCLA even on this list? I wasn't aware their stadium was any where close to the pantheon of great college stadiums such as The Brickhouse, Tiger Stadium, etc.
     
  5. red55

    red55 curmudgeon Staff Member

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    With a 20-team list, they are spreading the list around the country, it appears. But I can't believe LSU is behind Tennessee and Florida in the SEC.
     
  6. Broke

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    California team. That speaks for itself.
     
  7. TejasTiger

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    Actually, it's because UCLA plays its home games in the Rose Bowl.

    Y'know, home of the "Grandaddy of them All", that sort of thing. Place has just a little bit of history, just a tad.:dis:
     
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    yeah.. and they rarely sell out.... great atmosphere!
     
  9. PGTiger

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    Gahh, I'm tired of this Neyland talk! I went to Knoxville when Notre Dame came to town and that place was so quiet I forgot it was Notre Dame they were playing. All it is are a bunch of old folk who tell you to sit down...Neyland=$hit!
     
  10. red55

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    LSU is up to number 5. Keep voting LSU #1.

    Vote Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame and Tennessee = 17, 18, 19, 20!
     

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