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Tell me you'll not play that hideous panther roar every time you get a snap without fumbling and I'd consider watching a game there
It's even annoying on TV
This post was edited by B1G Badger 14 months ago
Not somewhere that you would think of, but Missoula, Montana to a Montana Grizzlies game is wonderful. Beautiful setting and the crowd and tailgating is fantastic.
PSU doesn't have a panther roar. Also, the sound you're referring to isn't played all that often...
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Lot of good answers ....
Also, thinking about App State or Western Carolina. Two awesome towns.
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1. Alabama at LSU
2. Auburn at Alabama
3. FSU vs. Florida
4. Michigan vs. Ohio State
5. Red River Rivalry
This post was edited by LMJistheMan 14 months ago
Other Death Valley
Allen Field House
LSU night game
Sarah sorry about the Herpes.
1. Army-Navy: I love this game and all it represents
2. OSU-UM: Either at the Horseshoe or Big House. Great rivalry and I want to see just how heated it really is compared to AU-bama
3. USC-ND in South Bend
4. OU-UT in Dallas
5. Any big game at night in Autzen
Not here for a long time, I'm here for a good time.
Besides the Shoe, college stadiums I've already visited:
Big House - most overrated, boring stadium I've ever seen; they had to mic the band to get it above a whisper and this was The Game for Christ's sake
The Coliseum - also boring and way too quiet
ND twice - nothing special but the Irish got crushed both times so it was good for lulz
Superdome twice - A&M in '99 and Arkansas in '11
Rose Bowl twice - ASU in '97 and Oregon in '10
Sun Devil Stadium twice - Miami in '03 and ND in '06
Beaver Stadium - pretty decent but the lion roar over the PA every 30 seconds is annoying as fvck
Camp Randall - cool setting, but Jump Around is the most overhyped "tradition" in football, and UW has the worst fans I've ever encountered
Ross-Ade twice - not bad for a glorified high school stadium
Indiana Memorial twice - zzzzzzzzzzzzz, but tailgating is good
Spartan Stadium - a lot better than big brother's stadium, so they've got that going for them
Nebraska Memorial - awesome time, I will be going back when the Huskers rotate back on to the schedule
Texas Memorial - another awesome stadium, but could use a few more entrance/exits
There are at least 5 stadiums in the SEC I plan on seeing at some point so I'm going to exclude that conference from my list. My top 5 non-SEC in no particular order would be:
Doak Campbell Stadium
Army-Navy at either stadium
Bronco Stadium (just to piss on the stupid blue turf)
Orange Bowl if it hadn't been torn down
This post was edited by HolyBuckeye7 14 months ago
"Leaders & Legends? Really? How about just name the divisions, Ohio State & everyone else." -Colin Cowherd
Death Valley...both of them
I am a Buckeye...proof there is a God in Heaven who loves me.
Isn't army navy in Philly every year except for the year it was at the rose bowl when I was a kid and we hosted a few cadets at our family house?
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
Tell me you'll stop bringing ugly trolls to games and calling them women and we'll call it even.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
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