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Other than your team, where would you like to go see a CFB game that you've never been to. I would love to go watch Washington play in Husky Stadium. Beautiful campus from what I hear and somewhere Ive just always wanted to go.
Damn Strong Football Team
LSU, FSU, and USC's stadium.
LSU and Ohio State
Clemson, Alabama, LSU, Oregon.
I would love to see a game at the Big House as well. Were you there for the night game last year. I bet it was rocking.
-The Big House
-U-Dub (lsu played there when they had Jake Locker and it was LOUD)
-happy valley white out (well, not for at least 10 years now)
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Have been to most of the big names. I an looking forward to texas this year and Oklahoma next year.
I still need to go see Nebraska, oregon, and army/navy at some point
Sadly not. Really wish I was. The most exciting game I have been to at the Big House was back in 2010, where we beat Illinois 67-65 in triple OT. God, our defense was so bad... It was a very exciting game though.
Michigan had the final shot in a fireworks display never before seen in their 131-year history, outlasting Illinois 67-65 in triple OT in Ann Arbor. Roy Roundtree had a record-setting day with 246 receiving yards on 9 catches for two TDs (75, 33). Junior Hemingway added 6 catches for 104 yards and 2 TDs (45, 9) and also caught the winning 2-point conversion. Denard Robinson passed for 305 yards and 3 TDs on a 10-for-20 day before leaving in the fourth quarter with a possible concussion. Tate Forcier went 12-19-114 with 2 TDs, including a game-tying 9-yarder to Darryl Stonum with 1:47 remaining.
Vincent Smith led on the ground with 73 yards on 13 carries, while Michael Shaw scored 3 TDs on his 9 carries for 44 yards. Stephen Hopkins added 5 carries for 45 yards and a TD.
The much-maligned defense bled points all day long but made the game-winning play, as Craig Roh and Jonas Mouton sacked Nathan Scheelhaase on Illinois' two-point conversion attempt in the third OT.
Want to go to
Oregon, Michigan, USC
There are so many in college football.
I knocked mine out a few years back with a day game at Wrigley, old Yankee stadium, and Fenway.
Have only been to the Horseshoe and michigan stadium. Too many for me to list just hope to get to all the Big Ten stadiums some day.
Sorry did not mean to quote you, not sure how that happened.
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Which was your favorite? Best game day atmosphere?
want to go to:
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Walking up these hills you have no choice but to be fast!
I want to go to Clemson (for an FSU game), LSU, Bama, Ohio St and Michigan.
Out of the real stadiums, I have been to FSU, UF and Penn St.
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Aside from ND - I'm biased
Were the best
Haven't been to very many..
Want to go to..
I have been very luck to have been to a ton of them.
Every SEC stadium, except Mizzou now, USC, UCLA, Arizona St, Cal, Washington, Hawaii, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Southern Miss, Memphis, tOSU, Michigan, Wisconsin, Penn St, Notre Dame, App St, Duke, Va Tech, Ga Tech, Florida, Miami (Old Orange Bowl), and Montana.
I would really push going to see the Montana Grizzlies for anyone that truly loves college football. Breathtaking scenery, great crowd, good football, and probably the best tailgating I have ever been around.
This year I will be going to Lincoln for the Wisconsin game against Nebraska.
Would love to still make it to see Iowa, Michigan St, Army/Navy anywhere, Stanford, Oregon, and Boise St.
As a Seattle native, I can vouch for UW, but it's being remodeled this year. I can't wait to experience it after the completion. They're expanding the light rail system to go directly to the stadium. I also highly recommend Tennessee... If you've never seen the sea of Orange, try and get to a Georgia game in Knoxville - pretty amazing. I've also been to LSU, USC, Rose Bowl, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, and am hitting up the North Carolina v. Virginia Tech game in Chapel Hill this year.
I still really want to visit Michigan, Nebraska and Ohio State.
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Wow, that's awesome
The picture doesn't even do it justice either. The crowds there are crazy as I have seen anywhere as well.
There used to be a badass night picture of a crowd there. I had it as my background for several years. It's an amazing scene up there for games. I've always thought the stadiums in that part of the country had the best backgrounds. Montanta, Montana State, Wyoming, etc.
That is sweet!
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