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Football Quiz: Stadiums

  • Match each school with its home field or stadium.
    1. Clemson
    2. Florida
    3. Missouri
    4. South Carolina
    5. Texas
    6. Utah
    1. Faurot Field
    2. Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
    3. Darrell K. Royal Stadium
    4. Frank Howard Field
    5. Rice-Eccles Stadium
    6. Williams-Brice Stadium

    • What two Division I-A football stadiums are accessible by boat?

    • Which one of the following stadiums has never hosted a Super Bowl?

    (A) Los Angeles Coliseum (B) Rice Stadium (C) The Metrodome (D) Soldier Field

    • Match each Big Ten school with its home stadium.

      1. Penn State
      2. Minnesota
      3. Purdue
      4. Iowa

      (A) Kinnick Stadium
      (B) TCF Bank Stadium
      (C) Beaver Stadium
      (D) Ross Ade Stadium
    • Which school's stadium is pictured below? What is the name of the stadium?

      Whose Stadium Is This?

    • The College All-Star Game pitted the college all-stars against the NFL champions in the opening game of each season from 1934-1976. What stadium hosted the first and last games of the series and most all the ones in between?
      (A) Rose Bowl (B) Soldier Field (C) Yankee Stadium (D) Yale Bowl

    • Which Division IA football teams play their home games in each of these stadiums?
    1. Faurot Field (built 1926, capacity 62,000)
    2. Kinnick Stadium (1929, 70,397)
    3. Byrd Stadium (1950, 48,055)
    4. Kibbie Dome (1975, 16,000 – the smallest in Division IA)
    • What is the oldest college football stadium still in use? What are the second, third, and fourth oldest?

    • The design of both the Rose Bowl in Pasadena and Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor were inspired by a stadium that is still used for football today. What stadium?

    • Immediately before and after World War I (1915-16 and 1919-1921 as well as 1923, 1925, and 1927), the Army-Navy game was played at a stadium more famous for baseball than football. What stadium?
    • What stadium is this?Mystery Stadium

    • LSU's Tiger Stadium was originally nicknamed "Deaf Valley" because of the noise level. Over the years, the name morphed into "Death Valley." What other college stadium is known as "Death Valley"?

      Another Death Valley

    • What is the name of this stadium? Mystery Stadium

    • What is the exact name of the stadium on Lake Michigan where the Chicago Bears play their home games and which hosted major collegiate games from the 1920s through the 1960s?

      (A) Soldiers Field
      Soldiers' Field
      Soldier Field
      Soldier's Field

      Chicago Bears Stadium

    • Grambling and Southern moved their annual tussle to New Orleans in 1974 and renamed it the "Bayou Classic." After one year at Tulane Stadium, the game was moved to the Superdome where it has been played ever since except for 2005, when it was moved because of Hurricane Katrina. At what stadium was the Bayou Classic played in 2005?

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