They've almost all been substantially renovated and expanded, but a lot of the original character remains.
Every stadium provides a different experience, and few look alike. I ranked the top 50 major college football stadiums, based on highly subjective criteria.
Fort Collins, Colo.; 41,000 College football's newest stadium, with a 0 million price tag that produced an impressive new venue that looks Power Five-ready, even if Colorado State is still in the Mountain West. Va.; 60,000 It's fairly nondescript when empty, but it fosters a charged-up atmosphere, particularly for night games, and 60,000 fans singing "Country Roads" can be an impressive experience.
today released a list of infamy in the NFL, citing the league's most hated team, coach, player and more.
But it's not all bad: Eagles fans have the third-best grammar among NFL teams, according to an April report by Grammarly.
Sports Illustrated outlined its case for most hated starting with Santa Claus and including the time Eagles fans cheered as Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin lay on the turf with an apparent neck injury: It all started in December 1968, when those disenchanted fans of the Eagles sitting at Franklin Field decided that the best way to unleash their invective was to hurl snowballs at Frank Olivo, a 19-year-old man who stepped onto the field in a Santa Claus suit.
Houston, Texas; 40,000 The new stadium is in its fourth year for the Cougars, who were hoping to be in the Big 12 by now but will settle for having the sharpest, newest stadium in the American Athletic Conference. C.; 57,600 Surrounded by parking lots and next to PNC Arena, it's not scenic like nearby Kenan Stadium at UNC, but Carter-Finley Stadium nevertheless produces an underappreciated atmosphere for a team that struggles to get over the hump.
It's an uphill slog for the oldest franchise in Canada, but the move back to the Exhibition Grounds could help with the atmosphere.
When the Senators came into the NHL in the early '90s, Ottawa was a city split between two other teams in the league.
Canadians are passionate about sports, and fortunately we have quite a few professional teams for which to cheer.
But which fan bases are the loudest, most loyal and craziest? The Argos have struggled to fill BMO Field after moving over from Rogers Centre last year, although those who do show up remain among the heartiest fans in the game.