Travel To An Away College Football Game This Year

Tom Malone/Adventure Tribune
College football season is in full swing. Take an opportunity to travel to an away football game to experience another territory within the NCAA football sub-culture.

We're in the middle of the college football season. By this point, we know if our team has playoff potential, or a next-year focus. No matter where your team sits on that spectrum, we still love going to college football games.

Instead of sticking with the usual routine of visiting your college alma mater, take this fall opportunity to visit another college stadium to watch your team play.

By traveling to another stadium, you get the chance to explore another college town as a visitor. You'll feel good-natured hostility. You'll see college through a new perspective. And, you'll meet some friends in your own familiar jersey colors.

It's always fun to experience a college football game through the lens of another school. The tailgate atmosphere shifts from campus to campus. The excitement (or lack of excitement) propels the stadiums electricity.

Whether your team wins or loses, you'll still have an experience and an excuse to visit another part fo the country that you otherwise may never see. So, why not base your travel around something you already support? Your team.


Tom Malone is the Editor-In-Chief of The Adventure Tribune and author of adventure novels, like Across Americana. He is based in Denver, Colorado, where he adventures through the Rocky Mountains while not traveling abroad.
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