Football's Oldest Stadiums: Witnesses to Game's Evolution
• Photo gallery: Oldest stadiums | Harvard-Yale rivalry a tribute to the student-athlete
The essence of college football is found in three stadiums that stand as time pieces in a roughly 300-mile labyrinth of Interstate 95 between Philadelphia and Boston.
They no longer draw the nation's largest crowds and rarely do their participants go on to play on NFL Sundays, but Penn's Franklin Field, Harvard Stadium and the Yale Bowl stand as monuments to the past.
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