Found July 03, 2012 on Crystal Ball Run:
So where do you play the Super Bowl of college football? Does it have to be a warm weather site? In SEC country? How important is it to have a domed stadium. Those questions and many more will be answered between now and Jan. 12, 2015, when the new playoff system starts. So where do you think the championship game should be played? Here is our look at the Top 10 locations. 10. MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, N.J.) I doubt there will be widespread support for a cold weather site that doesn't have a dome, but if the Super Bowl can be played here why not college football's championship? This would give college football the most coveted media market and that's something all of the university presidents would love. MetLife can hold close to 83,000 fans, and by playing the game in a cold weather location it might keep away some of the corporate types for more real fans who don't care about the temperature once the game starts. 9. Reliant Stadium (Houston, Texas...
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