Category: ALL VISITED STADIUMS

ARKANSAS – RAZORBACK STADIUM

Fayetteville rocks on Saturdays in the fall.  There is certainly no shortage of passionate fans and tradition here at Arkansas which is evident as the team runs out of a hog pen through the band-crafted “A” into an intimidating atmosphere in Razorback Stadium. That intimidation factor begins pregame with pro style tailgating surrounding the perimeter […]

Saturday September 3rd, 2016 in ALL VISITED STADIUMS, Arkansas, SEC, SEC | No Comments »

ARKANSAS STATE – CENTENNIAL BANK STADIUM

Jonesboro is one of those tiny college towns that comes alive on game day. Centennial Bank Stadium, playfully nicknamed the vault, is home to the Arkansas State red wolves. The opening game at Centennial Bank Stadium is a special one as the incoming class is oriented with a 20 year tradition known as “Order of […]

SOUTH CAROLINA – WILLIAMS BRICE STADIUM

A trip to Williams-Brice Stadium will satisfy all the elements of an electric SEC atmosphere. The energy that ripples through these stands is challenging to duplicate, and it can pulsate throughout Columbia on game day. One of the most unique tailgating experiences in college football is found right outside the stadium here at South Carolina-the Cockaboose Railroad.  These […]

Saturday November 28th, 2015 in ALL VISITED STADIUMS, SEC, SEC, South Carolina | No Comments »

GEORGIA STATE – GEORGIA DOME

Georgia State’s football program is young. Both teams date back to the early 1900s or late 1800s. Georgia states inaugural season was 2010. It was Bill Curry, former Kentucky and Alabama head coach, who chose to return to the sidelines to help build the foundation for this brand-new program. Georgia State certainly endured a healthy […]

NORTHWESTERN – RYAN FIELD

  Ryan Field in Evanston, Illinois is known as the “Wrigley Field” of college football. It doesn’t quite have the history of the Cubs, but boasts a very classic and old school stadium atmosphere. For a while now, NU has been calling themselves Chicago’s Big Ten Team. Attempts to market this slogan are popping up […]

Saturday November 14th, 2015 in ALL VISITED STADIUMS, Big Ten, Big Ten, Northwestern | No Comments »

WISCONSIN – CAMP RANDALL STADIUM

Often regarded as the Big Ten’s wildest and thrilling venue, Camp Randall Stadium never disappoints. Once a Civil War training site, this massive structure is crammed in a beautiful residential area among dorms, frat houses, campus buildings and bars. The Camp is the perfect college venue with views of the state capital and Madison’s surrounding […]

Saturday October 31st, 2015 in ALL VISITED STADIUMS, Big Ten, Big Ten, Wisconsin | No Comments »

USC – THE LOS ANGELES MEMORIAL COLISEUM

USC really drives the tradition of west coast football. With their first squad fielded in 1888, Southern Cal is a team that sets a standard for others not only near the Pacific, but nationally. USC is one of those places that define tradition. An illustrious history includes coaching legends, Heisman Trophy winners, national championships, and classic rivalries […]

Saturday October 24th, 2015 in ALL VISITED STADIUMS, PAC Twelve, Pac Twelve, USC | No Comments »

SAN DIEGO STATE – QUALCOMM STADIUM

San Diego State plays their home games off campus in Qualcomm Stadium. The venue is shared with the San Diego Chargers and although off campus stadiums are typically less than desirable, Aztec fans make the best of it. Their passion and love for their team is evident on gamedays. The lots fill with cheer outside […]

UCLA – THE ROSE BOWL

The Rose Bowl is known as the “granddaddy of them all” because of its prestige, rich history, and striking beauty. Set amongst the San Gabriel Mountains and placed in the ritzy neighborhoods of the Arroyo Seco, the setting is timeless and leaves a lasting impression. Arguably college football’s most picturesque view occurs as the sunset illuminates […]

Thursday October 22nd, 2015 in ALL VISITED STADIUMS, PAC Twelve, Pac Twelve, UCLA | No Comments »

IOWA STATE – JACK TRICE STADIUM

Central Iowa is home to the beautiful state capitol, fields of corn, and Iowa State University. The surroundings along the twenty mile drive north of Des Moines offer little suggestion that college campus life lies just ahead. When cutting off toward Iowa State, it isn’t long before a stadium jumps into view. The campus is a […]