If you could buy season tickets to any team's stadium in 2014—not including the team you fancy—which one would you pick?
And why would you pick them?
Let's indulge the hypothetical—but with one important caveat: The atmosphere of the stadium doesn't count. You can't pick Ohio State just because you've had seeing The Horseshoe on your bucket list since you were 16; you have to pick based on their schedule, in a vacuum where all home stadiums are considered equal.
In fact, let's take it one further.
Try to ignore the quality of the home team, as well. Obviously, the more Alabama games you see next season, the better your chances of witnessing history—of watching a national champion in action. But try, for the sake of this list, to divorce your mind from such factors.
The following are the eight teams whose home-game schedules seem the best to me on paper. Based on the quality of their opponents—and their relationship to each opponent—they would warrant my spending God-knows-how-much-money on season seats.
(Or at least they would come the closest to doing so.)
Chime in below, and let me know whom you would choose.