Fumbled Fields: The Worst Stadiums in College Football

14. Ball State: Scheumann Stadium

Muncie - Circa March 2017: Scheumann Stadium at Ball State University. Scheumann stadium opened in 1967 and is home to the Ball State University Cardinals I
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Muncie, Indiana

Scheumann Stadium would never make a Top 10 list from Ball State alum David Letterman.

The nearly 50-year-old venue — which christened its gridiron in 1967 and seats 22,000 people — underwent a major renovation in 2007. Most people agree that Scheumann Stadium doesn't have a bad seat in the house.

But the game day atmosphere can be abysmal because the Cardinals have struggled for years with attendance and have had difficulty attracting top-name players and opponents.

The building itself isn't bad (it even has heated bathrooms), but fans gripe about the parking. "Parking is far and walking necessary," writes one Google reviewer. "Could improve fan participating and hype."