Most intimidating college football stadium
The travel is a headache, the away locker room is uncomfortable and the atmosphere is unfamiliar.Not to mention thousands of screaming fans hoping to watch you fail.We gebruiken cookies om inhoud en advertenties relevanter te maken en je een veiligere ervaring te bieden.
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It’s a very underrated city.” Sun Bowl University of Texas at El Paso This arena is so close to the southern border that Amin recalls catching a game on Mexican Independence Day and seeing fireworks on the other side of the Rio Grande. From the booth, you can go out the back and see Mexico.
The stadium has been home to a lot of great football.” Sam Boyd Stadium University of Nevada, Las Vegas A city best known for neon glitz isn’t the first that comes to mind for scenic beauty.
La Vell Edwards Stadium Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah Wasatch Mountain peaks lord over this gridiron, which opened in 1964.
“To have that as a backdrop is pretty impressive at a football stadium. Tiger Stadium Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge A football field called Death Valley might not sound welcoming, but Amin said it’s particularly beautiful at sunset.