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Stadiums of College Football

No.6 Roos Field

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Cheney, Washington: The now-iconic home of the Big Sky Conference champion Eagles, which it can be said is as much well known for its standout red field, better known as ‘the inferno’ as its team’s excellence on the field…

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No.5 Liberty Bowl Stadium

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Memphis, Tennessee: The gargantuan, 59,308 capacity home of the transcending Memphis Tigers was constructed in 1965 as a memorial to the fallen of two world wars and the Korean campaign. The perfect bowl-shaped design was fittingly used to…

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No.6 The Fargodome

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Fargo, ND: The Bison of the University of North Dakota State have called the Fargodome home ever since its construction in 1992. A plush facility, seating 19,000 fans, boasts one of college football’s finest and noisiest gameday experiences,…

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No.7 Jack Stephens Field

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Annapolis, MD (38,225) First opened as the home of the Naval Academy’s sports teams on the 26th September 1959 in the victory over William and Mary, the Naval & Marine Corps Memorial Stadium as it is also known…

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