So it’s down to two – two remaining NFL-to-LA stadium plans that is. Following news that AEG has dropped its downtown stadium plan, we are left with the San Diego Chargers – Oakland Raider possible stadium share in Carson, CA and an updated Stan Kroenke-led plan to build a new $1.8 billion stadium on the site of the old Hollywood Race Track in Inglewood, CA.

Today we begin a regular series highlighting the latest, craziest and/or most outlandish from the world of stadium news. For our first Newsday post, Stadiafile was recently invited to participate in a roundtable blog discussion by the good people at Death of the Pressbox. We reacted to the latest hairbrained scheme to build a $1.7 billion shared stadium for the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders in Carson, CA. Read the roundtable

Michie Stadium has long been on Stadiafile’s ‘must visit’ list. One of the most historic college football venues in the country

Home of Portsmouth Football Club
Capacity: 21,000
Portsmouth, UK, 1898

Fratton Park is one of the few UK stadiums left designed by renowned Scottish stadium architect Archibald Leitch. Unlike his work at White Hart Lane or Villa Park, which has been covered by renovations over the years, if you squint, Fratton Park looks largely as it did when first built over 100 years ago.

Bryant-Denny Stadium
Tuscaloosa, AL
Home of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide

The tour rolls along, to the great state of Alabama and the city of Tuscaloosa, home to the University of Alabama Crimson Tide’s Bryant-Denny Stadium. Bryant-Denny is another colossal, on-campus southern stadium originally built at the end of the 1920’s with a capacity under 20,000.

Tiger Stadium
Baton Rouge, LA
Home of the Louisiana State University Tigers

Our next stop is down on the Bayou, to Baton Rouge, LA and Tiger Stadium home of the LSU Tigers. Known as “Death Valley”

Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium at Owen Field
Norman, OK
Home of the University of Oklahoma Sooners

Our out of control wagon tour is tearing across the plains, hurtling into the top 5, with the remaining stadiums bringing us to some of the giants of college football

Sanford Stadium
Athens, Georgia
Home of the University of Georgia Bulldogs

The roadshow continues to Athens, GA and Sanford Stadium, home to the Georgia Bulldogs, one of the historic powers of national college football

Doak Campbell Stadium
Tallahassee, Florida
Home of the Florida State University Seminoles

Moving along, our tour of stadiums of the top 10 College Football teams continues