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Here is a list of the top football stadiums in the country.

Power Ranking All 124 College Football Stadiums  

By Alex Callos

(Featured Columnist) on April 19, 2012 

When it comes to college football stadiums, for some teams, it is simply not fair. Home-field advantage is a big thing in college football, and some teams have it way more than others.

There are 124 FBS college football teams, and when it comes to the stadiums they play in, they are obviously not all created equal.

There is a monumental difference from the top teams on the list to the bottom teams on the list. Either way, here it is: a complete ranking of the college football stadiums 1-124.

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I really like Georgia’s coach. He is a fine Christian man. He has said before that he likes football but if he got fired tomorrow it was would not bother him because Christ is the Lord of his life and football is just a job.

4. Sanford Stadium: Georgia Bulldogs

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Home to 92,746 fans on a Saturday afternoon, Sanford Stadium has been the home of the Bulldogs since 1929.

The student section is 10,000 strong every game, creating one of the most unique atmospheres in college football.

Georgia has had some good teams over the years, and when they have those teams, this place is even louder.

“Between the Hedges” is what they call it here, and beating Georgia at home is not an easy task for any SEC team.

 

3. Michigan Stadium: Michigan Wolverines

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This stadium is known by everyone at simply “The Big House,” and that it is.

As the largest stadium in the country, “The Big House” seats 109,901 when at full capacity and has been around since 1927.

The marching band kicks everything off here about 20 minutes before kickoff.

Clapping to Hail to the Victors is another tradition that is certain to take place during a game. The scoreboards on each end of the field are 85 feet long, and even though nearly 110,000 fans pack in every Saturday, there is not a bad seat in the house.

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