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  • 10 great college football stadiums

    There are many great stadiums in college football, but here are 10 that should be on every fan's bucket list. Tiger Stadium, Louisiana State University Louisiana State University fans who pack Tiger Stadium are so loud that they once caused an earthquake. In a 7-6 victory over Auburn in 1988, the crowd reaction registered as a legitimate earthquake on the seismograph at the school's geological survey office. With a seating capacity of 102,321, "Death Valley" is the fifth-largest stadium in...

  • 10 great college football mascots

    These 10 mascots are among the best to roam the sidelines at college football games. Uga, Georgia Bulldogs Uga is a sideline staple at Georgia football games. After the death of Uga VII, his half-brother, Russ, was selected as interim mascot for the final two games of the 2009 season. He continued as interim mascot for the first six games of the 2010 season and participated in a "passing of the collar" ceremony for Uga VIII before the homecoming game. Less than two months later, Russ was...

  • 10 great college football traditions

    Whether it's rubbing rocks or ringing cowbells, these are just some of the great traditions in college football. Chief Osceola and Renegade, Florida State Seminoles The tradition of Chief Osceola planting a burning spear at midfield while riding his Appaloosa horse, Renegade, before every Florida State home game began in 1978. Conceived by Florida State alumnus Bill Durham, the pregame ritual of Osceola and Renegade is a reason for fans to get to their seats before kickoff. The tradition...