Illinois Makes Worst Stadiums in College Football List More Than Once
What's college if you don't have great experiences at the stadium on Saturday afternoons?
There are many colleges around the U.S. with stadiums that are like temples but there are also many that would barely be a decent high school football stadium. We're honoring those today.
The stadiums on this list are notorious for giving football fans a disappointing experience. There are two Illinois colleges that land on this list. Attendance numbers and online comments also help determine how these stadiums scored in this list of the 25 Worst Stadiums in College Football
The first Illinois college stadium to make the list is Ryan Field at Northwestern University in Evanston. Built in 1926, Ryan Field is in desperate need of updating, and according to a TripAdviser reviewer...
“Concessions? Oh, they have anything you want to eat — as long as it’s a hot dog,"
The other bad stadium experience to hit this list is Huskie Stadium at Northern Illinois University in Dekalb. A pretty darn good football team in a lackluster stadium
The worst college football stadium is found in Nashville, Tennessee. Can you guess which one before clicking here? If you'd like to see the entire list from the beginning, you'll find it at moneywise.com.