Critiquing the WORST COLLEGE FOOTBALL Macaulay Culkin: The Rise And Fall 6 months ago   13:09

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Ah College football. The NFL’s minor league. And for the majority of student athletes that will not be playing at the next level, they can take with them the memories of playing in wonderful, pro level stadiums.

Well, not if they played for any of the teams on this list. Today we’re going to look at the top 15 WORST college football stadiums.


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Yornan Ortez
Yales is the same as the michigan w stadium.
John Cole
I mean, how many of these have you been to?
Dizdawgjr 34
Only good thing in Alamo dome is dci shows
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Mabe if the new mexico lobos started winning games, then they might get the $60million Renovation the lobo pit got.
Till Wowler
1:19 is when the video starts
Jaxon Moore 2026
My dad coach’s ohio u and we got fucked
Andrew Kristufek
Northwestern has played in a Big Ten championship game......I hear another particular Big Ten school hasn't....Go Bucks!
Why u gotta do us San Antonians like that😂😂
Mar Diz
UTSA has a stadium and its not the Alamo Dome. Fact check FAIL!!!
U Texas-Arlington football stadium is pretty bad. They don't even have a football team.
Josh pauly
We are number 1 baby
Fridge Kidd
Dream style is amazing
Charles Thresher
I assume the "Vanderbilt Dance program facility" comment was an attempt at a joke? That's Memorial Gym (the basketball facility) for those who might not know...
Woodgrain Owings Mills
Why in the hell would you make a stadium out of weathering steel?
Mac Feradaig
The Yale Bowl replaced Yale Field, where my great-grandfather's first cousin had been an All-American and team captain in the final four years before the forward pass was made legal in the hope that spreading the players out would reduce the number of fatalities.
He played every down and never wore a helmet. Those teams absolutely dominated.
The Rose Bowl and every other bowl came later.
Hugh Mungus
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Kyle Roberts
Northwestern won the big ten in 95, and split in 2000. They have strong years; not bad for the "glee" school.
Beasty Boiiy
I'm surprised OSU stadium wasn't up there they call it "the horse shoe house" I call it horse shit house
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How is dukes shithole of a stadium not on here
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Macaulay Culkin: The Rise And Fall Critiquing the WORST COLLEGE FOOTBALL 6 months ago   20:20

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Ahh, the holiday season. We put up our decorations, shop the latest deals, and invite extended family members over for huge feasts. For many of us these traditions also include a lot of classic holiday films. Often topping the list: Home Alone and it’s sequel Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. While watching the antics of little Kevin McCallister year after year, people may wonder about the star -- Macaulay Culkin. In the 90’s, he was arguably one of the biggest child stars and actors in general -- but what happened? We’ll tell you and the next time you sit down to watch Home Alone, you’ll know about the rise and fall of Macaulay Culkin and how the child star went from marquee films to reclusive life of riches without the fame attached to it.

A quick glance at Macaulay Culkin’s IMDB page showcases a lot of movies in very little time. The 1990s was packed with films, television shows, and guest appearances on various programs. Culkin was in his pre-teens and working more than most adults. Then after 1994 suddenly it all ended. Nine years without a big screen credit and our vision of Macaulay Culkin was left with the roles he played as a child star. So happened? How did Macaulay Culkin go from multiple big screen projects in 1994 to disappearing from Hollywood for nearly a decade? Did he follow the path as so many other child stars -- getting older and losing out on roles? Well, not quite -- and like many things in Hollywood, the story of Macaulay Culkin is not so simple.

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