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Always wanted to visit The Grove, Ole Miss usually suck on the field but their tailgating is second to none. The Volunteers navy is pretty cool too...
USC is like a german car, every piece that breaks is of the highest quality.
Colleague of mine went to Ole Miss, The Grove (the whole pregame really) sounds amazing. That would be a very fun trip.
For me it would be the Swamp or Texas, having friends in both of those city's just add's to that....
I would also like to go to Lincoln for a game, heard nothing but good things about that stadium....
I think they said they will never schedule another non-conference game with Oregon...maybe they said they won't schedule another road game against Oregon. Not sure. Definitely some bad blood there
"Release Me Cuhhhhhhhh"
Pretty sure you are right, we always want what we can't have. That's why I wanted to play them in the Fiesta Bowl as well, would have been much sweeter.
Yea any of the SEC big boys. LSU Alabama. Went to Tennessee game and it was awesome! Ohio state, yes please or maybe camp randle. Even if I'm tired of playing Wisconsin Notre dame alao
Notre Dame or Florida
Whichever stadium is hosting the title game for a given year!!!! The end!
Anywhere that has a blue circle with yellow SEC letters on it. Playing the Irish or buckeyes would be hella cool too.
Been to Michigan, Tennessee and to all the pac 12 teams except Utah. Going to Virginia this fall and to Colorado In 13.
3. Ole Miss
4. The Swamp
5. Death Valley (either one)
Interesting thread here. I love the topic. I'd love to see Oregon come to Beaver Stadium even though the result wouldn't end well in our favor. haha.
I saw PSU play in Tuscaloosa a few years ago and that was quite the experience to be a part of. Given where you guys are ranked nationally year in and year out as well as 'Bama at present, that would be a dynamite matchup!
"DOMINATE the state" - James Franklin 1/11/14
I'd see them play DIV II school Wayne St because then I could just walk across the street and catch the game.
In the spirit of your question, though, I'd want to see them on the smurf turn knockin' heads, or a stadium like Williams-Brice stadium. I know we'd kill the Cocks, but everyone else would talk them up all day and they'd be dreaming large. Plus, I heard about this and always wanted to rock that tailgate:
Gamecocks crossing is rumored to be extremely generous and friendly towards opposing teams, too. And some of those boxcars are so decked out they sell for half a million bucks.
I'd want to see them play the domers, but anything with with the catholic university's name on it jacks the price up astronomically. I've been hitting up most of the big ten stadiums, and it doesn't matter if ND is playing chatanooga, tickets are AT LEAST 150, usually well over 200. A good matchup like the ducks would easiliy fetch at least 300 per ticket. Check it out on stubhub if you don't believe me. Disgusting, really.
I have season tickets to Michigan. I still wear my oregon jersey sometimes, and to this day, usually while at the urinal, some drunken michigan fan will yell, "oregon sucks! F YOU!"
But the wife's a wolverine so they're not all bad. A lot are pretty damned arrogant, though.
Not to keep posting incessantly, but this thread is sort of right up my alley.
MBV, the big house does not suck. It's one of the greatest scenes in all of CFB. It's the biggest stadium in the country with the winningnest tradition in CFB. They pack you in tight if you sit in bleachers, but tickets are fairly affordable compared to most big time programs, so just buy seats next time.
USC's coliseum actually seems much bigger and imposing than the big house, but man. That night game (the first and only in Michigan history) against Notre Dame with 115,000 people pulsating their yellow pompoms in unison while Michigan came back from a 21 point deficit in the last 5 minutes of the game....one of the best moments in my football life. Really a beautiful scene.
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Notre Dame stadium or Sun Life (Miami)...Miami only because I could spend the rest of my vacation in South Beach after crushing the Canes.
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