There’s nothing better than watching your favorite Pac-12 team in a roaring stadium, but for many fans the best seat in the house is their favorite chair watching four games at the same time.
When your conference has won more NCAA national championships than any other conference in history, cheering for them in their home stadium is even better.
Here’s a quick list of Pac-12 schools and the stadiums that make them memorable:
- Arizona – Arizona Stadium
- Arizona State – Frank Kush Field at Sun Devil Stadium
- California – California Memorial Stadium
- UCLA – Rose Bowl
- Colorado – Folsom Field
- Oregon – Autzen Stadium
- Oregon State – Reser Stadium
- Southern Cal – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
- Stanford – Stanford Stadium
- Utah – Rice Eccles Stadium
- Washington – Husky Stadium
- Washington State – Martin Stadium
Here are the top five Pac-12 Stadiums according to the Bleacher Report.
Sun Devil Stadium: Arizona State University
Known for its loud crowd and the typically excellent weather. The surrounding neighborhood makes this stadium a great ‘before’ and ‘after’ game event.
Autzen Stadium: University of Oregon
Sold out since 1999, it might be tough to get tickets to a game at Autzen Stadium. The marching band, food trucks and the mascot doing push ups are just a few reasons fans can’t get enough of the Ducks.
Folsom Field: University of Colorado
The Ralphie Run, a live buffalo named Ralphie, runs across the field just before the team takes the field and makes Folsom Field a fan favorite. The Boulder scene and friendly fans also make attending a game at Folsom Field a special event.
Rice-Eccles Stadium: University of Utah
The view of the Rockies and sea of red make Rice-Eccles a stadium to remember. Being able to go on the field after a game and take a selfie or two make it even better.
Husky Stadium: University of Washington
The open end of the U-shaped stadium faces the lake, the Cascade Mountains and Mount Rainier. With such a peaceful view, it’s hard to imagine this stadium recorded the loudest noise level in college football history: 133.6 decibels in 1992. Better bring your camera and some earplugs.
It might only be July, but college football is kicking off soon. Not all TV networks carry Pac-12 games, so avoid disappointment and make the switch to Prism TV before the season starts kicking off soon, see the full Pac-12 schedule here.