Named for Ralph “Shug” Jordan, Auburn’s all-time winningest football coach, and Clifford Leroy Hare, a member of Auburn’s first football team, Jordan-Hare has been home to the Auburn Tigers since 1939.
Tucked between the Willamette River and Coburg Hills, Autzen Stadium’s uniquely shaped bowl fits perfectly with the wooded Eugene landscape, as fans arrive at the game walking on a 1/8th-mile scenic footbridge over the Willamette.
Fields of Glory takes you on a visit to Ohio Stadium, home of the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Fields of Glory takes you on a visit to the Swamp, home to the University of Florida Gators.
On one side, there’s the Tennessee River, where fans arrive by boat and tailgate for hours before kickoff. On the other, there is the historic center of UT’s Old Campus.
Fields of Glory takes you on a visit to Notre Dame Stadium, home of the Fighting Irish.
Join Fields of Glory for a behind the scenes tour of what opposing teams call "Death Valley" and get an up-close look at the country’s sixth largest stadium—which just might hold the most loyal fans in the country.
Kyle Field, home of the Texas A&M Aggies since 1927, was expanded in 1999 and is now the largest football stadium in the state of Texas.
Join Fields of Glory as we visit the home to the Texas Longhorns since 1924. We go behind the scenes to get an up-close look at football in Austin.
Since 1927, the University of Michigan Wolverines’ home has been one of the most famous sporting venues in America. Join Fields of Glory as we explore the “Big House,” which has welcomed 35 million fans through its gates since its inaugural season.