College Football Tour

Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Tailgates & Tiger Bait premium
Located along the banks of Mississippi River, Baton Rouge is the capitol city of Louisiana. It’s not only home to LSU, but also countless historical sites and has a strong musical heritage. Cajun and zydeco music are uniquely Louisianan and are the perfect soundtrack for a trip to the Capitol City.
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Eugene, Oregon: A Duckin’ Good Time premium
Between the Willamette Valley, the Cascade Mountains, and the Oregon Coast Range, Eugene, Oregon defines the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Eugene is framed on three sides by Douglas fir forests that have helped it earn the moniker, “ The Emerald City.” The Willamette River, which cuts the city diagonally, is surrounded by a park […]
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Knoxville, Tennessee: Life is Orange and White premium
It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful setting for a football game than Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee. Nestled at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville is blessed with some of the most scenic country in the United States. The city is surrounded by three national parks, several lakes, and the Tennessee River; […]
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Dallas, Texas: Fair, Football, & Fried Food premium
The State Fair of Texas in Dallas is where gluttony and the gridiron collide. The Red River Rivalry, named for the Red River that runs along the border of Texas and Oklahoma, is an annual football game between the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners. Originally named the Red River Shootout, this game has been […]
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Lubbock, Texas: Welcome to the Wild West premium
Once you see the skies of West Texas, you’ll be forever ruined for any other. Golden tones that wash the landscape will make you believe that Midas lives in Lubbock. The stars are stuff of songs and the horizon seems to stretch forever. Despite having its roots based largely in agriculture, Lubbock has expanded by […]
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Boulder, Colorado: Where the Buffs Roam premium
Colorado has a long and storied program, winning a National Championship in 1990 and a Heisman Trophy in 1994. But with the program’s recent transitions, the view looking outside of Folsom has been much better than the view on the field. Oh, but what a view it is. Boulder is one beautiful town and Folsom […]
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