10 MLB Stadiums That Need to Host a College Football Game

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10 MLB Stadiums That Need to Host a College Football Game
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Playing a football game on a football field just isn't good enough anymore. We're seeing hockey being played outside, basketball games being played on aircraft carriers and football has now slowly made the switch to the baseball diamond.

Whatever it takes to keep the fans satisfied.

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College football is always looking for ways to think outside of the box. Patching up the dirt of a baseball field and twisting the dimensions to fit 100 yards of gridiron is just that. Some parks have already tried the experiment, and it went over well. Now, it's time for others to hop on board while some find a way to do it again.

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