Rose Bowl Stadium is one of Stadiums.

1. Rose Bowl Stadium

Stadium · Brookside Park · 1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA

Sports AuthoritySports Authority: Did you know the Rose Bowl has hosted the Rose Bowl game every year except for 1942? The game was temporarily moved to Durham, NC for fear of another attack after Pearl Harbor.

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is one of Stadiums.

2. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

College Football Field · South LA · 3911 S Figueroa St (btw Exposition & MLK), Los Angeles, CA

3. Sun Bowl Stadium

College Football Field · 2701 Sun Bowl Dr (Glory Rd), El Paso, TX

Frankie F.Frankie Franko: The Sun Bowl, along with the Sugar Bowl and the Orange Bowl are the second-oldest bowl games in the country, behind the Rose Bowl (first played 1902, played annually since 1916).

AT&T Stadium is one of Stadiums.

4. AT&T Stadium

Football Stadium · One AT&T Way (at E Randol Mill Rd), Arlington, TX

RadioShackRadioShack: You may have the largest screen on your block, but the Dallas Cowboy’s Stadium in Arlington, TX will have you beat. The largest screen in the world, watching anything on this will always be So Right.

Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium is one of Stadiums.

5. Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium

College Football Field · University of Texas-Austin · 2100 San Jacinto Blvd., Austin, TX

HISTORYHISTORY: This stadium was opened on November 27th 1924. It has the largest seating capacity out of any football stadium in Texas. The Longhorns have a 78% winning percentage at this stadium.

Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is one of Stadiums.

6. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium

College Football Field · 157 Gale Lemerand Dr (University of Florida), Gainesville, FL

Salvador S.Salvador Stabler: "the Swamp" where "only Gators come out alive," Holds 90k people. Sold out every game since 1979. ESPN once measured 130 decibels. Eardrums can rupture at 150 and the human pain threshold is between Read more.

Memorial Stadium is one of Stadiums.

7. Memorial Stadium

College Football Field · Avenue of Champions & Williamson Dr (at Clemson University), Clemson, SC

Sports AuthoritySports Authority: Arrive before kickoff so you can see Clemson "Running down the Hill," a tradition that's often referred to as "the most exciting 25 seconds in college football."

Husky Stadium is one of Stadiums.

8. Husky Stadium

College Football Field · University District · 3800 Montlake Blvd (at Pacific Pl.), Seattle, WA

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1920, it seats 72,500 fans. 70% of the seats are located in the end zone; so this venue is often referred to as the loudest arena! It is the largest stadium on the Pacific Northwest coast.

Ohio Stadium is one of Stadiums.

9. Ohio Stadium

College Football Field · The Ohio State University · 411 Woody Hayes Dr (btwn Cannon & Tuttle), Columbus, OH

Sports AuthoritySports Authority: Did you know that night games are played at Ohio Stadium despite the fact that there are no field lights installed in the stadium? Lighting has to be temporarily installed for night games.

Autzen Stadium is one of Stadiums.

10. Autzen Stadium

College Football Field · 2700 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Eugene, OR

Oregon DuckOregon Duck: On home game days, join the throngs crossing the Willamette River footbridge for the traditional Walk to Autzen. Then lend your voice to one of the loudest collegiate stadiums in the nation! GO DUCKS! Read more.

Memorial Stadium is one of Stadiums.

11. Memorial Stadium

College Football Field · University of Nebraska-Lincoln · One Stadium Dr., Lincoln, NE

UNLincolnUNLincoln: You can take a self-guided tour seven days a week 8 a.m.-8 p.m. The tour has access to the West Stadium and Osborne Athletic Complex Lobbies. Read more.

Bryant-Denny Stadium is one of Stadiums.

12. Bryant-Denny Stadium

College Football Field · 920 Paul W Bryant Dr (at Wallace Wade Ave.), Tuscaloosa, AL

Sports AuthoritySports Authority: If you like stadium food, try a Denny dog once you get inside. You won't be disappointed!

13. The Big House

College Football Field · Scottville, MI
Cotton Bowl is one of Stadiums.

14. Cotton Bowl

Football Stadium · Fair Park · Cotton Bowl Cir. (in Fair Park), Dallas, TX

HISTORYHISTORY: It sits on the original site of the State Fair Stadium, which was built entirely from wood in 1921. It is famous for the Red River Shootout, a football showdown between OU & UT Austin.

Milan Puskar Stadium is one of Stadiums.

15. Milan Puskar Stadium

College Football Field · Suncrest · 900 Willowdale Rd (at Ira Errett Rodgers Dr), Morgantown, WV

West Virginia UniversityWest Virginia University: John Denver sang “Country Roads” here Sept. 6, 1980, to open the new stadium. Singing “Country Roads” after victories is now a favorite tradition.

University of Phoenix Stadium is one of Stadiums.

16. University of Phoenix Stadium

Football Stadium · 1 Cardinals Dr, Glendale, AZ

Sports AuthoritySports Authority: In true Arizona fashion, The University of Phoenix Stadium is shaped like a Barrel Cactus.

Jones AT&T Stadium is one of Stadiums.

17. Jones AT&T Stadium

College Football Field · 4th St & University Ave (at Texas Tech University), Lubbock, TX

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Who’s ready for some football? If it wasn’t for “The Jones” we wouldn’t have a place to enjoy watching our team win! Can you spot Raider Red from where you’re sitting? Read more.

Albertson's Stadium is one of Stadiums.

18. Albertson's Stadium

College Football Field · 1910 University Dr (at Boise State University), Boise, ID

Sports AuthoritySports Authority: See the blue playing field out there? It is the only non-green playing surface in football history. No wonder it's called the "Smurf Turf."

Fargodome is one of Stadiums.

19. Fargodome

College Football Field · 1800 University Dr N (19th Ave N), Fargo, ND

Kristi B.Kristi Brooks: Best place to watch Bison Football!!!

Washington-Grizzly Stadium is one of Stadiums.

20. Washington-Grizzly Stadium

College Football Field · University District · University of Montana (Campus Drive), Missoula, MT
Sun Devil Stadium is one of Stadiums.

21. Sun Devil Stadium

College Stadium · Downtown Tempe · 500 E Veterans Way, Tempe, AZ

HISTORYHISTORY: Arizona State University's Sun Devil Stadium has played host to some of the best football games for more than four decades.

Rice-Eccles Stadium is one of Stadiums.

22. Rice-Eccles Stadium

College Football Field · University · 451 S 1400 E, Salt Lake City, UT
Falcon Stadium is one of Stadiums.

23. Falcon Stadium

College Football Field · United States Air Force Academy · U.S. Air Force Academy (off Stadium Dr.), Colorado Springs, CO
Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is one of Stadiums.

24. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

College Football Field · 550 Taylor Ave (at Melrose St), Annapolis, MD
Michie Stadium is one of Stadiums.

25. Michie Stadium

College Football Field · Stony Lonesome Rd. (United States Military Academy), West Point, NY
Folsom Field is one of Stadiums.

26. Folsom Field

College Football Field · 2085 Colorado Ave (Folsom Street), Boulder, CO

Coach of the YearCoach of the Year: Watch Ralphie the Buffalo take the field with the team before the game and the second half!

Williams-Brice Stadium is one of Stadiums.

27. Williams-Brice Stadium

College Football Field · Southeastern Columbia · 1125 George Rogers Blvd. (at Bluff Rd.), Columbia, SC

Sports AuthoritySports Authority: Two words: Cockaboose Railroad. Make sure to grab some food and drink at one of the twenty-two immovable cabooses lined on an unused railroad track behind the south end of the stadium.

Kinnick Stadium is one of Stadiums.

28. Kinnick Stadium

College Football Field · 825 Stadium Dr, Iowa City, IA

The University of IowaThe University of Iowa: Touch the statue of Nile Kinnick for good luck on your way into Kinnick Stadium!

Lane Stadium/Worsham Field is one of Stadiums.

29. Lane Stadium/Worsham Field

College Football Field · University · 285 Virginia Tech (at Southgate Dr.), Blacksburg, VA

Virginia TechVirginia Tech: Virginia Tech's Hall of Fame museum is on the west side of the stadium. It is open to the public 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. But it is closed on weekends and on game days.

Doak Campbell Stadium is one of Stadiums.

30. Doak Campbell Stadium

College Football Field · 403 Stadium Dr, Tallahassee, FL

Sports AuthoritySports Authority: Doak Campbell Stadium is the largest continuous brick structure in the United States! Amazing for a stadium that started with just 15,000 seats in 1950.

Sanford Stadium is one of Stadiums.

31. Sanford Stadium

College Football Field · 100 Sanford Dr (at Field St), Athens, GA

DDM Creative ConceptsDDM Creative Concepts: UGA's Football Stadium

Spartan Stadium is one of Stadiums.

32. Spartan Stadium

College Football Field · Michigan State University · 100 Spartan Way (at Michigan State University), East Lansing, MI

Sports AuthoritySports Authority: With 74,554 people in attendance, the stadium held the world record for the largest ice hockey crowd in history for almost 9 years.

Boone Pickens Stadium is one of Stadiums.

33. Boone Pickens Stadium

College Football Field · Boone Pickens Stadium (at Oklahoma State University), Stillwater, OK

ESPNESPN: Barry Sanders went into BEAST mode during his last game here. He ran for 312 yards and 5 scores against Kansas, en route to hoisting the only Heisman Trophy in OSU history.

Stanford Stadium is one of Stadiums.

34. Stanford Stadium

College Football Field · 625 Nelson Rd (at Galvez St.), Stanford, CA

Stanford UniversityStanford University: Unveiled in 2006, the Home of Stanford Football holds over 50,000 fans. On game days, come early to eat, play games, and cheer on the players as they walk into Gate #1. Read more.

Estes Stadium is one of Stadiums.

35. Estes Stadium

College Stadium · Bruce St (UCA), Conway, AR

Seth S.Seth Simmons: Join the Purple Circle! Come check out the new field! FEAR THE STRIPES!

Roos Field is one of Stadiums.

36. Roos Field

College Football Field · Washington St (Elm St), Cheney, WA