The New Husky Stadium

The new Terps uniform, designed by Under Armour, is badass!

The new Terps uniform, designed by Under Armour, is badass!

Yesterday, I rambled on about how much I love professional football.  Well, my love for the sport also extends to college.  Maryland’s team, which is where I went to undergrad, is my favorite collegiate football team.  But, the University of Washington (home of the Huskies) has the most stunning college stadium in the nation.  Nothing beats going to a Huskies game.  Because if the game turns out to be boring (which is rare), there are plenty of other things to gawk at (ranging from Seattle’s skyline to Mount Rainier).  I went to graduate school at the University of Washington, and I think it’s the most beautiful campus out there, hands down.

The setting of The University of Washington's stadium is absolutely breathtaking.  It's right on Lake Washington with panoramic views of the Cascade Mountain Range, The Olympic Mountain Range, Lake Union, Mount Rainier, The University Campus, and Seattle's Skyline.  I don't believe that a more beautiful stadium (as far as natural setting) exists anywhere in the nation.

The setting of the University of Washington’s stadium is absolutely breathtaking.  It is right on the water with panoramic views of:  The Cascade Mountain Range, The Olympic Mountain Range, Lake Union, Lake Washington, Mount Rainier, The University of Washington Campus, and Seattle’s Skyline.  I don’t think there is a more beautiful stadium (as far as natural settings go) in existence anywhere in the nation.

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