All-American HS football recruits vote on who has college football’s best facilities

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College football recruiting is somewhat of an arms race. Coaching chops, player development and scheme fit usually take center stage in a prospect’s recruitment, but sometimes, a program’s facilities are what seal the deal.

Naturally, some of the best — and richest — programs in college football have the best facilities. State-of-the-art facilities are abundant across the Power 5 landscape and while the glitz and glamour of top-end facilities aren’t the end-all, be-all for some recruits, they can completely turn the tide of the way of a program is viewed by the nation’s elite.

247Sports recently polled recruits at the All-American Bowl and one of the topics centered around college football’s top facilities. Here are the college football programs recruits think have the best facilities in the nation.

No. 1: Oregon

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Votes: 12

No. 2: Georgia

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Votes: 11

No. 3: Notre Dame

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Votes: 9

No. 4: Alabama

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Votes: 8

T-5: Ohio State

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Votes: 6

T-5: Clemson

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Votes: 6

No. 7: Michigan

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Votes: 4

T-8: LSU

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Votes: 3

T-8: Oklahoma

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Votes: 3

T-8: Penn State

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Votes: 3

T-8: Texas

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Votes: 3

T-8: Texas A&M

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Votes: 3

The best of the rest

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Auburn: 2

Missouri: 2

Ole Miss: 2

Air Force: 1

Arkansas: 1

Illinois: 1

Indiana: 1

Iowa: 1

Kentucky: 1

Louisville: 1

Purdue: 1

South Carolina: 1

USC: 1

Virginia Tech: 1

Washington: 1

Washington State: 1



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