Vote Death Valley for #1 CFB Stadium

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Vote Clemson's Death Valley as the top college football stadium in the nation. Click here to vote

Memorial Stadium is known for its raucous orange-clad crowd and Howard’s Rock, which the Tigers rub for good luck before every game. Former coach Frank Howard turned the rock–a gift from friend Samuel Columbus Jones, who claimed it was from Death Valley in California–into a motivational object in the late 1960s, when he allegedly told his players, “Give me 110 percent or keep your filthy hands off of my rock.”

The other stadiums included in the vote: The Rose Bowl, Tiger Stadium, Ohio Stadium, Michigan Stadium, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Beaver Stadium, Sanford Stadium, Lane Stadium, and Camp Randall Stadium

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