Which is the only kind of energizing you're getting, since the concession stands sell only caffeine-free soft drinks.
Yep, BYU is America's largest LDS university, so beer... Opened: 2013 Capacity: 14,970 Outdoing Louisville in the modern arena category is this brand-spanking-new facility in Lincoln, where the Cornhuskers play ball in about as intimate a setting as you can make with 15,000 seats.
Opened: 1967 Capacity: 13,751 "The house that Cazzie built" eventually needed renovations, and in 2012 it got 'em, going from a pretty average and unmemorable college hoops venue to a modern arena with bright concourses and better food, but maintaining the history that's made Big Blue a basketball perennial.
Opened: 1990 Capacity: 10,167 One might ask why this spot made our list, since the UConn men only play half -- or fewer -- of their home games in the iconic on-campus dome.
And though there's considerably less chair-tossing now, the tradition-soaked Assembly Hall and its steep stairways of seating still create an intimidating backdrop for visitors, and a great view from almost anywhere.
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And should you find yourself in a college hoops hotbed this winter -- or even in San Diego -- there are a few arenas you absolutely must visit.
So here, for your reading and arguing pleasure, we ranked the top 25 venues in college basketball.
Opened: 1965 Seats: 13,800 It's great only because of the history involved.
Coach Wooden didn't believe in home court advantages and designed an arena with seats far from the court, which, even after a 2011 renovation, leaves the best part of this arena as the banners in the rafters and Leo Di Caprio on the sidelines.