All Posts Tagged With: "Atlantic Coast"

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Wake Forest Demon Deacons – Groves Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

Bridger Field House at Groves Stadium, built at a cost of $8 million, officially opened in the fall of 1998 and serves the football team in numerous ways, as well as being a major catalyst for the continued growth and development of the overall program. It includes offices for the athletic ticket office, the marketing […]

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Virginia Tech Hokies – Lane Stadium/Worsham Field Aerial View

The Virginia Tech football team has enjoyed over a decade of success, going to 15 straight bowl games. A big part of that success is the home-field advantage the Hokies enjoy at Lane Stadium/Worsham Field. Billed as the toughest place in college football for opponents to play by Rivals.com, the Hokies play on not only […]

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University of Virginia Cavaliers – Scott Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

No longer just a vision, the Carl Smith Center, home of David A. Harrison III Field at Scott Stadium, is a facility befitting Virginia’s stature as one of the nation’s elite Division I-A football programs. It was dedicated at UVa’s 2000 season opener against Brigham Young on September 2. Following a landmark $25 million challenge […]

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North Carolina State Wolfpack – Carter-Finley Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

Carter-Finley Stadium was opened in 1966 as home to the North Carolina State University Wolfpack football team. The stadium replaced the obsolete on-campus Riddick Stadium and was originally named Carter Stadium in honor of Harry C. & Wilbert J. “Nick” Carter, both graduates of the university. They were major contributors to the original building of […]

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North Carolina Tar Heels – Kenan Memorial Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

Considering its majestic setting among the Carolina pines, many observers say Kenan Stadium is the most beautiful football facility in the country. One national sports magazine rated Kenan one of the five best places in America to watch a college football game. For scenery, atmosphere and charm, it cannot be surpassed. The stadium has been […]

4Sep2008 | | 0 comments | Continued
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University of Miami Hurricanes – Dolphin Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

This year the Hurricanes start a new tradition playing in Dolphin Stadium. In the summer of 2007, Miami announced that, beginning with its 2008 season, its team will play its home games at Dolphin Stadium. 2007 marked UM’s final season of football at the Orange Bowl. The move to Dolphin Stadium was approved by the […]

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Maryland Terrapins – Byrd Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

Situated at the foot of the campus’ North Hill, the stadium is named for Dr. H.C. Byrd, a multi-sport athlete as an undergraduate who later became head football coach and eventually served as university president. His vision gave University of Maryland preeminence among Eastern campus sports facilities for decades and the impetus for the Terrapins […]

3Sep2008 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets – Bobby Dodd Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

Georgia Tech’s storied football facility has been a cornerstone of college football for nearly a century. Cozily nestled among Atlanta’s skyscrapers, Bobby Dodd Stadium at Historic Grant Field is easily one of the nation’s most unique settings for college football. Originally built in 1913 by members of the Georgia Tech student body, Bobby Dodd Stadium […]

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Florida State Seminoles – Doak S. Campbell Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

From a maximum capacity of 15,000 in 1953 to a record crowd of 84,336 in 2003 against Miami, Doak S. Campbell Stadium has risen along with the Florida State football program to the top of the college football ladder. In a special ceremony prior to the Florida game on November 20, 2004, the home of […]

2Sep2008 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Duke Blue Devils – Wallace Wade Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye Views

Over the past decade, in the present and in the near future, Duke University and the athletics department have made a financial commitment of more than $75 million to maintain and upgrade its athletics facilities to hold their position as among the finest in the nation. This commitment is clearly evident in a look at […]

2Sep2008 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Boston College Eagles – Alumni Stadium Aerial and Bird’s Eye View

With a capacity of 44,500 maroon-and-gold-clad fans, Alumni Stadium is the home of the Eagles. The current version of Alumni Stadium opened in the fall of 1995. The roots of Alumni Stadium and on-campus football at Boston College date back to 1915, when the original Alumni Stadium was dedicated. The facility was located on middle […]

2Sep2008 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Clemson Tigers – Memorial Stadium Aerial View

Clemson Memorial Stadium has been held in high esteem for many years. Whether it be players from the 1940s and 1950s, opposing players from the 1970s and 1980s, or even professional players in the 1990s, the ambiance of this special setting is what college football is all about. The storied edifice added to its legend […]

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