Least intimidating college football stadiums
The Wolverines play at their two biggest rivals in 2018 (they’re on the road against Notre Dame too) but have a trio of really nice home matchups in Nebraska, Wisconsin and Penn State.
Capacity: 82,300Big home games in 2018: Virginia Tech, Clemson, Florida“The Doak” took a step back in 2017 as the Seminoles faltered to a 6-6 regular season record.
Columbia, Mo.; 71,168 Give it a few years and it may rank higher on this list.
The stadium has been improved by the removal of the track, and fans have made it a fun venue with their coordinated striping of the stands.
Houston, Texas; 40,000 The new stadium is in its fourth year for the Cougars, who were hoping to be in the Big 12 by now but will settle for having the sharpest, newest stadium in the American Athletic Conference. C.; 57,600 Surrounded by parking lots and next to PNC Arena, it's not scenic like nearby Kenan Stadium at UNC, but Carter-Finley Stadium nevertheless produces an underappreciated atmosphere for a team that struggles to get over the hump.
That Labor Day opener against Virginia Tech will turn Doak Campbell Stadium into a madhouse, and late-season tussles with Clemson and Florida will also be must-see TV.
Capacity: 102,321Big home games in 2018: Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi State LSU is a mainstay on any list of the best environments in college football.
Manhattan, Kan.; 50,000 Few coaches have ever deserved to have their name on a stadium more than Snyder, who took the worst program in college football and, against the odds, made it a consistent winner.