Amongst many college football stadiums in the United States, which ones are the most amazing?
LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo, Utah has a breathtaking view.

The 11 Most Amazing College Football Stadiums Across the US

Nathan Baugh, Matt Trombley
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In honor of college football being in full swing, we wanted to share the 11 most amazing stadiums across the US.


1. LaVell Edwards Stadium - Provo, Utah

LaVell Edwards Stadium, home of the BYU Cougars.
LaVell Edwards Stadium, home of the BYU Cougars.

2. Michie Stadium - West Point, New York

Michie Stadium, home of the Army Black Knights.
Michie Stadium, home of the Army Black Knights.

3. Husky Stadium - Seattle, Washington

Husky Stadium, home of the Washington Huskies.
Husky Stadium, home of the Washington Huskies.

4. Kidd Brewer Stadium - Boone, North Carolina

Kidd Brewer Stadium, home of the Appalachian State Mountaineers.
Kidd Brewer Stadium, home of the Appalachian State Mountaineers.

5. Falcon Stadium - Colorado Springs, Colorado

Falcon Stadium, home of the Air Force Falcons.
Falcon Stadium, home of the Air Force Falcons.

6. Death Valley - Clemson, South Carolina

Death Valley, home of the Clemson Tigers.
Death Valley, home of the Clemson Tigers.

7. Folsom Field - Boulder, Colorado

Folsom Field, home of the Colorado Buffaloes.
Folsom Field, home of the Colorado Buffaloes.

8. Albertsons Stadium - Boise, Idaho

Albertsons Stadium, home of the Boise State Broncos.
Albertsons Stadium, home of the Boise State Broncos.

9. The Rose Bowl - Pasadena, California

The Rose Bowl, home of the UCLA Bruins.
The Rose Bowl, home of the UCLA Bruins.

10. Neyland Stadium - Knoxville, Tennessee

Neyland Stadium, home of the Tennessee Volunteers.
Neyland Stadium, home of the Tennessee Volunteers.

11. The Big House - Ann Arbor, Michigan

The Big House, home of the Michigan Wolverines.
The Big House, home of the Michigan Wolverines.
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