Detroit and Tampa are among the cities which have made it known they want in on college football's upcoming tournament action, both offering their title game-hosting services. With semifinal games all but certain to end up at bowl game sites, let's go on ahead and turn our attention to where all these championship games are going to happen.
Here's a list of potential destinations along with some noteworthy figures -- excluding college towns, since their itty-bitty 105,000-seat stadiums can't handle college football games, but San Diego's 70,000-seater has been good enough for three Super Bowls.
Oh, right, the list, followed by a poll:
(By "Bowl/CCG/NSG City," I mean, "Does this city host a bowl, conference championship game, or major and regular neutral-side game?")
* Getting a new one soon with a retractable roof. All we do 'round here is blow up perfectly good stuff.
** Probably getting a new one whenever the Jaguars or whoever show up.
*** Getting a new one pretty soon, probably without a collapsible roof.
**** New one coming in 2014.
While we’re here, let’s watch some college football videos from SB Nation’s new YouTube channel together: