College football has become one of the nation's top sports, and like baseball or hockey, there are some stadiums that are as important to the game as any location can possibly be.
There's just something magical about walking into a stadium that once saw the shadows of some of the giants in the game: Knute Rockne, Bear Bryant, Bo Schembechler.
The sense of history is undeniable, and unlike the professional sports, universities are not the most eager to demolish a piece of history to make a few extra dollars on tickets or concessions. It's about the game.
There are some shrines of college football to which every diehard fan should make a pilgrimage before he or she dies. Here are the top 50 temples of college football to add to your bucket list.