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College Football’s Top Five Atmospheres From Week 9

by PeteSnydes

Photo credit: Dan Hope

We begin with a petition to ban students from rushing the field unless their team is a significant underdog. Seeing Ohio State fans storm the field after not covering an 18.5-point spread is something we definitely have to fix.

That however, doesn’t take away from the atmosphere.

Here are the five best from Week 9:

Honorable Mention — TIAA Bank Field

Connor DelPrete

It doesn’t matter what it’s called now. It’s the “World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party” and it’s awesome.

5. Camp Randall Stadium

Wisconsin athletics

The Heartland Trophy is coming back to Madison after Wisconsin dominated Iowa on homecoming weekend, 27-7.

4. LaVell Edwards Stadium

BYU athletics

If you were lucky enough to be at LaVell Edwards Stadium on Saturday night, you will be telling your grandchildren one day that you were there the night that the BYU Cougars drove the Bronco into the sun.

3. Jordan-Hare Stadium

Ole Miss athletics

There are few things in this world better than Saturday nights in the SEC.

2. Spartan Stadium

Michigan State athletics

Advantage, little brother.

1. Ohio Stadium

Photo credit: @_macshanklin/Ohio State athletics

There are few towns in America where college football is a way of life, healing and survival. Columbus, Ohio is one of them.