Four College Football Stadiums You Must Experience

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College football season starts in under a month in the United States! This sport is extremely popular throughout the US and provides spectators with a great atmosphere and experience.

College athletics are all about passion, and if you want to check out a stadium for yourself, here are four passionate and loud stadiums that I recommend visiting.

Tiger Stadium (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

The home stadium of the LSU Tigers is known for having some of the most electric crowds on the planet. Most games are hosted at night. Believe it or not, a seismograph at a university laboratory near the stadium once recorded a false earthquake due to the crowd noise during a game!

Autzen Stadium (Eugene, Oregon)

Located in the tranquil Pacific Northwest, the home stadium of the Oregon Ducks is anything but calm. Holding only 54,000 spectators, this stadium’s unique sunken bowl design traps in crowd noise that is simply overpowering for opposing teams.

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Neyland Stadium (Knoxville, Tennessee)

Neyland Stadium hosts the University of Tennessee Volunteers and offers one of the most unique gameday experiences in college football. Many of the stadium’s 102,455 fans arrive at the stadium by boat on the Tennessee River and host pre-game parties on their vessels!

Ohio Stadium (Columbus, Ohio)

The Ohio State Buckeyes’ stadium is one of the biggest in the country, hosting 104,944 spectators. Buckeye fans are some of the most rabid in the country, and they go absolutely wild every time their team scores a touchdown.