19. Rose Bowl, UCLA
Popular Mechanics: “The home field of the Bruins and also “the grandaddy of them all” would make this list via its famed pillars alone. Local architect Myron Hunt borrowed the Yale Bowl’s horseshoe shape and dimensions and added the classically inspired white pillars now synonymous with the building.”
Our Take: Known best for the January 1st bowl game that bears it’s name, the Rose Bowl is home to a Bruins team looking to make it to a Rose Bowl under head coach Chip Kelly. Interestingly, the Rose Bowl is not a very tall stadium, with essentially one main bowl level and a massive press box. However, with seating for over 90,000 fans, it’s a sprawling sight to behold.