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Was thinking about hitting some college games outside the South next season. Trying to pick places to go isn't easy.
What 5 places would you want to see a game at???
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Oregon's Autzen Stadi seems like an incredibly time.
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5 for me ....
I'd just be happy if the dawgs would win a NC before I croak. Jeez
tOSU v Michigan (Either stadium)
Army @ Navy
UA @ ASU (Chicks)
MSU @ Nebraska (Shameless plug)
Out East, I'd go to either VT or Clemson
(This is excluding SEC/Big 12S schools)
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Great atmosphere, good friend of mine's daughter just graduated. We went out last year for a game. Very cool
Oregon vs USC at Oregon, A&M vs Bama at A&M, Stanford vs Oregon at Stanford, Michigan vs OSU at Ann Arbor, and a little bias and in south but UGA vs Clemson in Clemson.
Sucks Miami doesn't play at the Orange Bowl ... Or that the Orange Bowl doesn't exist anymore. Old and crappy but awesome atmosphere for big games.
Outside South in no particular order: The Big House, ND, C-bus, Lincoln Neb, Autzen. Been to Michigan and Lincoln and really enjoyed the experiences. For the rest listed, still working on those.
I have always wanted to go to the Army vs Navy game. It's in the south, but the WLOCP is pretty awesome.
Have been talking with a friend about seeing a game at Wyoming. Seems like that could be cool.
Like to go see the Coliseum. Probably go this year when Bama gets there.
Been to a lot of the SEC stadiums. Maybe A&M.
Any of the military schools
Va Tech would be cool. Just for Enter Sandman
If you go to Harvard, only go for the Harvard-Yale game. Every other game sucks. I would also just not recommend watching Ivy football, the atmosphere may be ok, but man, the skill on the field will make you cringe.
Best Ivy League game, in any sport, is Cornell-Harvard for hockey. So. Much. Bad. Blood.
North Dakota State could be fun. Their fans are crazy about them.
Went there for the FSU game last year and was impressed. Hokies do it big
Have you been to a night game in Death Valley?
Here's my 5 I want to see that aren't in the south: (in no order)
Penn st White out
Washington (extremely LOUD venue)
The Big House
Nebraska (if you don't consider that the South)
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Would love to see games @LSU, @Michigan, @Florida, @Ohio State, @ND, @Tenessee, @Army.
Conference road games I haven't yet but want to check out are @ASU (chicks) and @USC
Hope some of you can make it to autzen.
@ LSU night game is probably my top. Penn State is a good one I forgot.
Hate UW but that should be a great venue when the remodel is done. Will be louder.
Not unless we join the peasantry of the Big 10 or PAC 12
Always wanted to experience a game at Autzen. I'll be doing that this fall with one of friends. Hopefully it'll be a fun weekend until Saturday. (Maybe even on Saturday)
I always want to go to the mich-OSU game once. Night game at Death Valley (LSU), Norte dame, and at Florida. Hopefully once I get out of school I'll be able to get some of these knocked out
Butch Jones. Who???
Michigan (already been to Columbus )
My wife is installing a one away game per year now. Maybe ND this yr
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
I've been to every Big Ten stadium, Notre Dame, and the Rose Bowl. The best experiences were definitely the Rose Bowl, Happy Valley, and Nebraska. Nebraska had the best overall experience, as the fans were incredibly nice and welcoming to me, Happy Valley had a great atmosphere, and the Rose Bowl is the Rose Bowl. I'm sure some people could find Columbus a good atmosphere, but I was a Michigan fan so obviously did not have a good time (although we won, so that made it better).
The places I want to see the most are LSU, USC, Alabama, UGA, basically any SEC stadium. But the game I really want to go to more than any is Army/Navy.
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