Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, June 23, 2015

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One doesn't need to be a big college football fan to know that the Big Ten is home to some of the nation's top stadiums.'s recent ranking of college football's best stadiums is more proof.

Five Big Ten stadiums make the list, accounting for 33 percent of the countdown.

Ohio Stadium leads the way at No. 5, while Michigan Stadium, Memorial Stadium (Nebraska), Beaver Stadium and Camp Randall Stadium also made the cut.

The No. 1 stadium, according to That is the Rose Bowl, home of The Grandaddy of Them All.

See what has to say about the Big Ten stadiums below:

No. 15: Camp Randall Stadium
Camp Randall is an historic venue that has been around for a long time, and is a great spot to catch a football game no matter who the Badgers are playing. Read full analysis.

No. 14: Beaver Stadium
One of the loudest places to play in the country, there are few things cooler in college football than seeing 106,000 screaming Nittany Lions fans making life tough on opposing offenses. Read full analysis.

No. 12: Memorial Stadium (Nebraska)
The Cornhuskers have sold out every game in Lincoln since 1962, and the atmosphere that Big Red provides helps make the historic venue that much more special when it comes time for game day. Read full analysis.

No. 10: Michigan Stadium
The biggest stadium in the country is always going to be represented on this list, and the maize and blue faithful have kept this as a special place despite it's more "corporate" upgrades in recent years. Read full analysis.

No. 5: Ohio Stadium
The Horseshoe is a nickname that is instantly recognizable to many college football fans and something synonymous with the Buckeyes' long tradition. Read full analysis.


We have a feeling Big Ten fans will think the conference's best stadium, whichever one it may be, deserves better than No. 5 billing.

Which stadium is too high? Too low? Biggest snub?