I know this sounds like an offseason topic, but I've always been intrigued by stadium designs and the details that goes into building facilities that house more people than most US cities.
It's always been a hot topic on this board, but what current stadiums have the best/most creative designs in your opinions?
My two favorites are.....
University of Montana
They just keep building on at whatever convenience it costs. One corner of the stadium sits directly over a main road that goes thru town. Corners of the stadium are built at weird angles and heights, which eventually limits capacity, but at the FCS level provides a very nice venue and an intimidating experience to visitors.
Arizona State University
Sun Devil Stadium
Playing on a nice Bermuda Grass surface in the middle of the driest desert in the US is literally the closest thing to CFB's oasis football field. The design is amazing because it is wedged between to hills and over looks the university and the city of Tempe and other Phoenix suburban areas. It's also nice enough to have played home for several Monday Night Football games.
Nicest Stadiums in CFB?
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Posted 11 September 2012 - 08:31 PM
I'm partial to the WAR, but its home away from home...my second favorite is Falcon Stadium, and RES, home of the Utes is a pretty neat place too.
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