The Big House in Michigan? Classic. Touchdown Jesus hovering over Notre Dame Stadium? Legendary. Death Valley? Hey you can't go wrong with either LSU's or Clemson's home turf. The FBS isn't the only division with sweet stadiums though. FCS stadiums from around the country can get just as loud and provide similarly stunning surrounding views. So before you call it a career in this game we call life, here are some of the very best FCS stadiums you need to check out. You won't be disappointed. [divider]
Harvard lays claim to the very first college stadium built in the US (1903). Its pioneering use of reinforced concrete was influential in future stadiums, and Harvard Stadium was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1987.
When this dome’s a’rockin’ don’t come a’knockin'. The always-raucous Fargodome is home to perennial FCS juggernaut North Dakota State. Opened in 1992, the football capacity is an intimate 18,700, making is a brutal place for visiting clubs.
Opened in 1988, Goodman Stadium's 16,000 fans are surrounded seemingly in every direction with wooded hills and greenery. With lots of parking outside the venue, Lehigh is known for its great tailgate gatherings.
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