50 Greatest College Football Stadiums in the Country

Bryan KellySenior Analyst IOctober 28, 2009

50 Greatest College Football Stadiums in the Country

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No. 50: University of Phoenix Stadium, Fiesta Bowl, and No. 49: Aloha Bowl

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No. 48: Ross-Ade Stadium, Purdue

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No. 47: Boone Pickens Stadium, Oklahoma State

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No. 46: Yale Bowl, Yale

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No. 45: Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium, Missouri

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No. 44: Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis and the Liberty Bowl

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No. 43: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Ole Miss

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No. 42: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

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No. 41: Citrus Bowl, the Capital One Bowl, and Champs Sports Bowl

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No. 40: Memorial Stadium, Cal

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No. 39: Sun Devil Stadium, Arizona State

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No. 38: Davis Wade Stadium, Mississippi State

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No. 37: Spartan Stadium, Michigan State

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No. 36: Milan Puskar Stadium, West Virginia

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No. 35: Grant Field Bobby Dodd Stadium, Georgia Tech

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No. 34: Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, Louisville

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No. 33: Harvard Stadium, Harvard

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No. 32: Sun Bowl Stadium, UTEP and the Sun Bowl

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No. 31: Donald W. Reynolds Razorbacks Stadium, Arkansas

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No. 30: Memorial Stadium, Oklahoma

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No. 29: TCF Bank Stadium, Minnesota

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No. 28: The Cotton Bowl, Red River Rivalry and the Cotton Bowl

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No. 27: Falcon Stadium, Air Force

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No. 26: Bronco Stadium, Boise State

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No. 25: Williams-Brice Stadium, South Carolina

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No. 24: LaVell Edwards Stadium, BYU

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No. 23: Kinnick Stadium, Iowa

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No. 22: Legion Field, the Iron Bowl

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No. 21: The Rose Bowl, UCLA

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No. 20: Neyland Stadium, Tennessee

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No. 19: Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech

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No. 18: Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida State

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No. 17: Camp Randall, Wisconsin

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No. 16: Folson Field, Colorado

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No. 15: Michigan Stadium, Michigan

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No. 14: Autzen Stadium, Oregon

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No. 13: Death Valley, Clemson

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No. 12: Darrell Royal Stadium, Texas

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No. 11: Sanford Stadium, Georgia

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No. 10: Michie Stadium, Army

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No. 9: Bryant-Denny Stadium, Alabama

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No. 8: Kyle Field, Texas A&M

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No. 7: Memorial Stadium, Nebraska

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No. 6: Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame

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No. 5: Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn

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No. 4: Death Valley, LSU

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No. 3: The 'Shoe, Ohio State

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No. 2: The Swamp, Florida

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No.1: Beaver Stadium, Penn State

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