There are some who say that having a professional atmosphere in a college basketball arena takes away from the overall experience. When you hear such rubbish, just glance over to The Buckeye Nuthouse, they’ll remind you where you are.
Somewhere among the farmlands of southwestern Ohio lies a charming college town called Oxford. You won’t be taken away by the overwhelming nature of a typical game day. What you will experience is an intimate day at Fred C. Yager Stadium that houses a program with a storied history.
Jay Bergman Field is nestled between Bright House Networks Stadium and CFE Arena on the campus of the University of Central Florida in Orlando. UCF baseball reached great heights under head coach Jay Bergman from 1983 – 2008, with eight conference titles and nine NCAA Regional appearances. The venue was renamed for alumnus John Euliano in August 2016.
There is no greater spectacle in college football than thousands of fans from two schools coming together to play the most important game of the year on a neutral site. For the Sugar Bowl, both sections of fans engage in a battle of their own: who can drown out the other with fight songs and eruptions after touchdowns are scored. Being under the roof creates an environment of escape, where there is nothing but the two teams battling for the College Football National Championship Game appearance and the pride of their school.