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I've seen a lot of them, but not all obviously. My favorite I think is University of Washington. It's sick. The scenery is stupifying and they call it stern gating and not tailgaiting as they all dock boats on the lake next to the stadium. It's BEYOND beautiful and they HANDS DOWN have the best beer bars of any campus I've been to.
Big bonus, loudest stadium I've ever heard and I've been to Blacksburg for a night game and that's saying something. Haven't been to any SEC games except Florida. Yeah, the swamp was loud, but NOT EVEN CLOSE to UW.
Dying to go to an Iron Bowl, Mich/OSU and LSU night game. Also gotta see the sway in Aggie land. Been to UT and fans there to me are like Yankee fans, they expect success and not really into anything short of perfection. Their high school games are better....
Best campus??? Scenery, game day, crowd, campus... whatcha got?
For school type stuff? Duke, not even close
For everything, probably UGA
"Because Bama now sucks just like FSU used to suck when we were getting dominated by OU. Does it make sense now?"- Sliger (FSU Fan)
Georgia's campus is that good, bro?
You gotta get to Notre Dame during a home game just wow
wake forest has a very nice campus, duke as well. pepperdine is ridiculous nad ive heard UVA is great
havent been on a lot of others. im partial to the old side of FSU for the older architecture but as a whole the campus is unimpressive.
as far as gameday
obviously FSU is great, UF is a good scene, South carolina was fun, those are the best 3 ive been to. i really want to travel around one year and hit up places like tusscaloosa, baton rouge, madison, ann arbor etc.
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been there for two games and it's just historic, but UW's atmosphere is MUCH better IMO....
Been to Malibu and it's great, but not UW...
It's what I like but could be different for everyone else. They have an amazing bar scene with great music. It's the best in the SEC. The women are great. The buildings are cool. It's probably the best state school for academics down here too. In our world, you either marry an Ole Miss, UGA, or Bama sorority chick. They are ready to go just break the glass. But if you hate that kind of stuff, run.
cant say ive ever been out that way
Yale was so cool and relaxing.. I loved it there when I visited. Beautiful, laid back atmosphere.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Cornell is absolutely amazing. I haven't been to Miami of Ohio yet, but it looks like a pretty sick campus too.
I lived in Athens for a year and it was a great time.
Great bar scene, hot chicks and the game day atmosphere was intense.
Not saying its the best but I had a blast.
Miami U grad here, it is super nice. True college town.
UW isn't even the loudest stadium in the conference. The track around the field makes even front row seats feel like 30th row seats (it is being removed in the remodel they are currently doing though).
Ill give you the scenery and the lake/boats. Makes for a nice and unique environment.
I'll admit the stadium could likely be louder if it wasn't a guaranteed win going in there nowadays.
I'm assuming you we're likely there 10 or more years ago?
I may be attending there next year, depends on if I get into Cornell or Michigan though.
I've visited probably 20 schools. Some of my favs are Ole Miss, Miami University(Ohio), and Wisconsin with an honerable mention to Florida.
If Miami is your fallback you been doin work son
Bucket list stadiums for me are:
I've been to most of the campuses in the big12. Of those I'd say UT was awesome. It has everything really. Austin is a cool place if you can ignore the longhorn bias. I also like Boulder.
In the big 10 I've been to quite a few. I like Iowa and Michigan. Never been to OSU or PSU so I can't say for sure but its be hard to beat Wisconsin. A rude, but crazy atmosphere on gameday and a tremendous campus. It's beautiful and the bar scene is pretty nice.
In the Sec I've been to a few. Tennessee, Bama, Vanderbilt, and Florida. Tough call on just those. Vanderbilt is right in Nashville. That is a win. But The other three were all really great atmospheres.
Nebraska is the best fan experience you'll have. I've heard ole miss is fun to ( if your white). Highly recommend visiting Lincoln if anyone is just looking for a fun weekend away from home. As long as you aren't a prick, chances are you'll befriend someone and get alot of beer for free.
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Thanks man, it isn't a bad backup, it's just really far away so I'm hoping I'm going to like it if I go.
East Carolina- Nice campus & overall Greeneville is a great area
ND- Beautiful campus
Penn St. Huge nice campus, overall great town.
Those are the only places i've been so far. Plan on seeing more in the coming years.
Thought Tennessee was a pretty campus and had a fun game day atmosphere. Georgia has the coolest bar seen I've been to.
Lulz at Collier county not being Labeled "Old rich people" Naples is the mecca of that description.
Duke and UCLA were the nicest I've seen.
Miami University(Oxford, OH), not Da U
Miami is a gorgeous campus. Just doesn't have the gameday, but everything else is top notch.
Northwestern is the same way.
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