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College Football’s Top Five Atmospheres From Week 4

by PeteSnydes

Photo courtesy of NC State athletics

Field storming; a tradition like no other.

That was the scene as one of college football’s premier powers went down this past week. As has become tradition, we look back on the top five atmospheres throughout the country this week:

Honorable Mention – Club Lit


Photo courtesy of Charlotte athletics

It’s unclear what you have to do to get an invitation to “Club Lit”. But whatever it is, go for it.


Reply to @nothistory_ It was a pleasure 🀝 Final score: Charlotte 42 – MTSU 39

♬ original sound – Charlotte Football

5. Spartan Stadium

Photo Credit: Anthony Garvert

Over the course of last week, Michigan State head coach Mel Tucker advised that his student body come out and #Stripethestadium. It is safe to say that the great people of East Lansing delivered.

4. Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium


According to Sports Illustrated, the University Of Texas brought in $200.7 million in revenue during the 2019-20 fiscal year. This marks the third straight year Texas has surpassed the $200 million mark in revenue, making it the most profitable school in America. So yeah, it is OK to say that everything is bigger in Texas.

3. Soldier Field


Photo courtesy of Notre Dame alumni

Neutral-site games certainly have their drawbacks, but give fans of both Wisconsin and Notre Dame credit here. You guys brought it!

2. Kinnick Stadium


Photo credit: Anthony Robinson

It’s OK to admit that the “Kinnick Wave” makes you cry — even if it’s every time.

1. Carter-Finley Stadium

When you defeat Dabo Swinney and the kings of the ACC in Clemson for the first time in a decade, you deserve to celebrate like nobody’s watching. NC State certainly took advantage of that opportunity.

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