One of the many wonderful things about college football is that it is truly a nationwide affair.
Indeed, east to west and north to south, if you traverse across the diverse landscape of our great nation you’ll never be far from two things: a Wal-Mart and a college football program.
And unlike the “low-price leader,” college football offerings come in all shapes and sizes, from the FBS (formerly Division I-A) to the FCS (formerly Division I-AA) all the way through D-II, D-III and NAIA ball.
Indeed, there truly is something for everyone.
The following slideshow combs through our 50 nifty United States and selects, and then power ranks for your pleasure, five states as the best in terms of living standards for college football fans.
It’s an offering that doesn’t sacrifice quality for quantity, and it’s a presentation that doesn’t leave any region wanting for relocation options, custom designed for the lover of the collegiate gridiron.
Population data used in the per capita calculations for this presentation are via the US Census, while total area figures per state were drawn from Statemaster.com. Combined FBS team stats were derived from data provided by the fascinating college football data warehouse.