The Bloomington, Indiana version of Memorial Stadium, also known as “The Rock,” is home to the Indiana Hoosiers football team. The facility was recently renovated to enclose the entirety of the stadium, setting the capacity at 52,929 fixed seats. One of the most notable features is the limestone rock down by the Indiana locker room that players are greeted by when they enter and exit the field.
Ross-Ade Stadium has been the home of Boilermaker football since 1924. Located in West Lafayette, the town comes alive for Purdue athletics. What is unique about the stadium is the open-air end zone. Though there is a scoreboard and premium hospitality seats, the stadium itself is designed like a horseshoe. It is now listed at a capacity of 62,500, which is middle of the pack in the Big Ten. With the recent success of Purdue, the fan base is believing again and they have done a great job of filling the stands.
BB&T Field (formerly Groves Stadium) is located in Winston-Salem, NC, and opened in 1968. Now celebrating its 50th season, it is the smallest stadium of all the power five conferences. It is only fitting due to Wake Forest having the smallest enrollment of the five power conferences as well. The stadium has received numerous upgrades and renovations in the past decade and provides some of the best sight lines in college football. With its capacity at 31,500 there is not a bad seat in the house.