1. Memorial Stadium, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Popular Mechanics: “The “Sea of Red” has now grown to around 85,000, which famously qualifies the stadium as the third-largest city in Nebraska anytime the Cornhuskers take the field. Memorial Stadium creates one of the country’s most canyon-like bowls for a steep seating rake.”
Our Take: Second year head coach, and Husker hero, Scott Frost has Memorial Stadium poised for a revival after recent struggles. This cavernous sea of red will be rocking if Frost can get the Husker’s off to a good start and challenging for a Big Ten title. Memorial Stadium should be on the bucket list of every college football fan’s bucket list of stadiums to watch a game.
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12. Duke University
What fans say: One Google reviewer was underwhelmed when he wrote, “Not much energy in this stadium. Quiet place to watch a football game.” Perhaps he was anticipating a Cameron Crazies situation? Wrong sport, buddy.
What we say: In the defense of Duke, their academic standards are so high most of the students have to spend game day’s in the library studying. At least until, basketball season that is. Wallace Wade celebrates its 90th year this season, but will anyone show up to see the team play, despite coach David Cutcliffe breathing life into a program irrelevant since Steve Spurrier won the ACC title in 1989.
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