Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium is in Fayetteville, Arkansas on the campus of the University of Arkansas. The stadium is on the west side of campus and has been home to the Arkansas Razorbacks football team for over 75 years. In that timespan the Hogs have played 290 games here, and have won more than 65 percent of those contests.
Homewood Field is often referred to as “the Yankee Stadium of Lacrosse.” But for football it is a quieter occasion. This is not a football school; no matter the success the current football team has attained. Expect the crowd to be small. Students don’t come to football games like they do to the lacrosse games. Across campus and the area, Homewood Field is called the “lacrosse field,” not by the other sports that play on it.
As the Huskies’ fortunes have faded over the past several seasons, so has the support for the team at Rentschler Field. In less than a decade attendance has fallen almost fifty percent. Rentschler Field remains a solid, if unspectacular, home for the Huskies. In New England, where only three football teams compete at the sport’s top level, a trip to East Hartford gives local fans a rare taste of big-time college football..
Baylor University’s McLane Stadium is one of college football’s most scenic campus stadiums. On the evening of August 31, 2014 the stadium became the third on-campus college football stadium to be accessible by water, joining Washington’s Husky Stadium and Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium. The stadium’s horseshoe infrastructure was designed by the well-known sports architecture firm Populous at a cost of $250 million, with a seating capacity of 45,140. The structure sits on the north side of Baylor’s campus off I-35, in the campus’ athletic complex.
Stanford football is one of the most successful programs over the last few years in college football, especially within the PAC-12. The experience at Stanford Stadium on game day is also one of the best there is – the stadium’s location, fan base, and overall aesthetics make for a remarkable experience in a picturesque setting for fans to flock to.
Waldo Stadium was built in 1939 and has been home to Western Michigan University’s football team ever since. The stadium currently has a capacity of 30,200, which is exactly the same capacity as in-state rival Eastern Michigan’s Rynearson Stadium.