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Great place to see college football!! Very friendly people.
Home of the cardiac Cats
Take the purple line to central stop & walk to the stadium. NU has trouble filling up so it is the perfect place to watch a road game. Seats on the east side have trouble seeing the tiny LED board.
Very convenient because of its small size (for a Big 10 stadium). Close to L train and Metra train.
Perfect day for a game
The weather and company-- thanks Pio!
Go Evanston wildkits
Let's go blue!!!
This is a pretty old big ten stadium !...
Ryan Field was named in honor of the family of Patrick G. Ryan, who was the chairman of Northwestern's board of trustees.
Smallest stadium in the Big-10
Lists of Northwestern All-Americans, bowl appearances, and Big Ten championships can be found on the upper level of the stadium. Get to know the history of the program.
Stick around in the stands after the game for the Wildcat Marching Band's post-game show. Sing the alma mater with the band!
Have your phone ready at halftime to tweet a picture of the Wildcat Band in #B1GCATS formation!
On 11/4/2000, the Wildcats upset Michigan here in an EPIC shootout, 54-51. After the game, Northwestern students tried to tear down a goalpost … and epically failed.
My favorite stadium in college football. Am I a little biased? Sure, but isn't that what college sports are all about?
Dyche Stadium was named in honor of William Dyche, Class of 1882 and was to keep that name forever, hence Ryan Field, not Stadium.
Pick your bathroom stops strategically if you're there when the stadium is full.
Big Ten football at its finest. Coach Fitz and the 'Cats come to play six Saturday's a year.
Walk with the team down Wildcat Way two and a half hours before the game!
Home of the Northwestern Wildcats.
Park on campus and take the free shuttle! It was super easy and we didn't have to wait long at all!
Support your local football club, Chicago's Big Ten Team - go Cats!
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