College football: The Power 5's smallest stadiums

Many of the stadiums in the Power Five conferences are massive structures that can seat over 100,000 fans and, in some cases over 110,000.

From Michigan’s “Big House” to the Tennessee Volunteers’ Neyland Stadium, the football meccas create as much of the team’s identity as the colors and mascot.

But not all Power Five schools have such a grand venue for college football.

Here are the smallest-capacity stadiums in each conference …

(1) BB&T Field (Wake Forest Capacity: 31, 500

2) Wallace Wade Stadium (Duke) Capacity: 33,941

3) Martin Stadium (Washington State) Capacity: 35,117

4) Vanderbilt Stadium (Vanderbilt) Capacity: 40,550

5) Alumni Stadium (Boston College) Capacity: 44,500

6) McLane Stadium (Baylor) Capacity: 45,000

7) Rice Eccles Stadium (Utah) Capacity: 45,017

8) Reser Stadium (Oregon State) Capacity: 45,674

9) Carrier Dome (Syracuse) Capacity: 49,250

10) Ryan Field (Northwestern) Capacity: 49,256

11) Amon Carter Stadium (TCU) Capacity: 50,000

12) Stanford Stadium (Stanford) Capacity: 50,000

13) Memorial Stadium (Kansas) Capacity: 50.071

14) TCF Bank Stadium (Minnesota) Capacity: 50,300

15) Bill Snyder Family Stadium (Kansas State) Capacity: 52,200

16) High Point Solutions Stadium (Rutgers) Capacity: 52,454

17) Memorial Stadium (Indiana) Capacity: 53,500

18) Folsom Field (Colorado) Capacity: 53,613

19) Byrd Stadium (Maryland) Capacity: 54,000

20) Autzen Stadium (Oregon) Capacity: 54,000

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