11. Harvard Stadium, Harvard University
Popular Mechanics: “The nation’s first stadium built for college football brought the horseshoe design to the country when it opened in 1903. With elements that tie to Greek stadium construction and Roman circus style, Harvard Stadium was also the world’s first massive reinforced concrete structure.”
Our Take: One of two Ivy’s on this list, and one of the oldest as well, Harvard Stadium has seen some of the best football the Ivy League has produced. The horseshoe-style stadium was the host for the infamous “Harvard Beats Yale, 29-29” game, in which Harvard scored 16 points in the final 42 seconds prompting The Harvard Crimson to print the now famous headline.