So without picking my teams stadium, I would have to say Tiger Stadium down in Baton Rouge is my favorite. It was crazy down there and so loud you couldn't think.
But when I was with Southern Miss and we traveled to Nebraska in 2004 that I was amazed at their facilities. It really is a great place to watch a game. But watching any game from the sidelines is completely different than in the stands. Not to mention, we were just a little Conference-USA team who traveled into Big 12 territory and came away with a win 21-17...so that also adds to my experience at Nebraska.
I will still go with Tiger Stadium as my favorite...even though I watched the game from the bleachers.
"It was just a fat, dumb animal with a cowbell on its neck that wandered on the field."
Post by texascelt2009 on Nov 17, 2008 4:08:53 GMT -8
As much as I hate losing in Kyle Field... I gotta say they do the thing right.
If anything can help Texas A&M beat a team especially in the state they've been in for almost the past decade it must be a pretty powerful weapon... and TAMU's trump card is most definitely this obnoxiously loud home field, with a sick repertoire of coordinated cheers.
Post by huskermaniac on Nov 17, 2008 17:03:09 GMT -8
I've been too three college football stadiums: Floyd Casey Stadium at Baylor Kyle Field at Texas A&M Boone Pickens Stadium at Oklahoma State
Nothing special about FC stadium, but Kyle Field was great. The fans were loud but very nice; the whole atmosphere was just great. Good memories and hope to go back in 2010.
Nebraska won in dramatic fashion, so it only helped my opinion.
Went to BP stadium last year for the Sam Houston vs. Oklahoma St game. Nice stadium that still had a lot of construction to finish. The enviornment was alright (probably down b/c they were playing SHSU), but nothing like Kyle Field. Would like to go for a Nebraska vs. OSU game though.
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I would love to go to Jordan Hare and watch War Eagle... That stadium is boss.
I don't remember anything remarkable about that place when I was there. Now, I remember The Swamp being a nice looking place from when I was there in '94 for the Gator Bowl (the year they played it in Gainesville).
Neyland can be a pretty intimidating place, but UT fans are very fickle so it's easy to take the crowd out of the game.
Overall, Ohio Stadium is a great experience, but I do not like the new endzone. It is ugly and takes away from the Stadium IMO. Tiger Stadium was awesome, but I have not been there since 1984, and they have that huge ugly jumbotron that desecrates the stadium now. The Rose Bowl is in a beautiful setting, but the plumbing sux.
I went to my first game at Arkansas this year, and it was very nice! The setting is beautiful, and the stadium was comfortable. So, for the moment, I'm going to cast my ballot for the combination of nice, comfortable, excitement and setting to Reynolds-Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville.
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