Doak S Campbell Stadium

We're kicking of 32 Stadiums in 32 Days with the world famous Florida State Seminoles Doak S. Campbell Stadium or the 'Doak'.  Opened in October 1950 in a game against the Randolph-Macon College Yellowjackets (haven't seen them in the Coach's Poll), the stadium is named for Doak S. Campbell, the president of the university at the time of its construction, and the field was named for legendary head football coach Bobby Bowden in November 2004.  

The stadium seats 82,300, which is good for the 15th largest in the NCAA, and the largest football stadium in the #ACC. The Doak is also almost always good for a FSU victory, as in their last 168 home games - since the start of the 1988 season - the Seminoles are 144-23-1.

Fun fact: Doak S Campbell Stadium is the largest continuous brick structure in the United States and ranks second in the world behind....the Great Wall of China?! That's wild.

Doak S Campbell Stadium Aerial View