Thursday Trivia: LaVell Edwards Stadium

Thank you to everyone who responded to last week’s trivia question, “How many times has BYU had a perfect conference record (no losses, no ties)?” Two anonymous responders got the answer right: 7 (1979, 1983, 1984, 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2007). However, as one of the responders pointed out, in 1974 and 1991 BYU had no losses in conference play with one tie.

This week the Brigham Young Cougars go on the road to Doak S. Campbell Stadium—home of the Florida State Seminoles. With a capacity of 82,300, it is the 14th largest college football stadium. LaVell Edwards Stadium has a capacity of 64,045, and the question for this week is:
The capacity of LaVell Edwards Stadium is the ___ largest in the nation?
Leave your answer in the comments section. Come back next week when the answer is revealed and a new trivia question is asked.

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  1. Just gonna guess somewhere between 25-30.

  2. My source says 36th.

    I'm hoping that BYU going independent will make it easier for them to schedule games at LSU (92,400, #8), at Tennessee (102,455, #3), and at Penn State (107,282, #1). It would be cool to see games at those venues, along with the games at Notre Dame. I've already been to Penn State once for a white-out game. Awesome experience.

  3. It looks like the "big boys" are more willing these days to schedule quality competition, so we could see visits to these places.

    I remember BYU going to Penn State back in 91, when they were still independent. It has been much harder since PSU joined the Big Ten.

    Wyoming made it out to Tennessee a few years ago, so I don't see why BYU couldn't.

    For LSU we need Gary Crowton to pull a few strings there. Don't know on how good of terms we are with him (we made his offense look really bad in the 2006 Vegas Bowl, so he might not be willing to help us here).


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