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College Football’s Top Five Atmospheres From Week 8

by PeteSnydes

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It was another outstanding week in college football.

Two top-10 teams went down at the hand of unranked opponents. There were also some electric atmospheres.

Here’s a look back on the five best from Week 8:

Honorable Mention – Kidd Brewer Stadium


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The big games started on Wednesday night this week.

5. Heinz Field

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It might be time to start a petition to get this great fan base its own football stadium. It’s hard to get the true feel of a great college football atmosphere when the upper bowl of an NFL stadium is all but empty. College football games are meant to be sold out and packed to the absolute brim.

4. Bryant-Denny Stadium


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3. Jack Trice Stadium

Photo courtesy of Iowa State Athletics

It’s not heaven. It’s Ames, Iowa.

2. Notre Dame Stadium

Photo credit: Matt Freeman/Irish Sports Daily

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1. Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

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