It’s summertime, and list season is hot.

There seems to be a list for everything involving college football these days. Preseason watch lists. Lists about top returning players. Lists about best newcomers. Lists about elite head coaches. Lists about most valuable assistants.

Stadiums are fair game, too.

Sports Management Degree Guide named its “most amazing college stadiums in every state.” As the website describes, “While most stadiums to make the cut are those dedicated to football, that’s about where the similarities end. Each stadium has its own history, its own traditions, and even its own chant for when things get really exciting. But each of the 50 stadiums are amazing, and worthy of a visit for sports lovers.”

Here’s the college stadium that was named the “most amazing” in each SEC state. Let the debate begin.

Alabama: Bryant-Denny Stadium (Alabama Crimson Tide)

Arkansas: Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium (Arkansas Razorbacks)

Florida: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium (Florida Gators)

Georgia: Sanford Stadium (Georgia Bulldogs)

Kentucky: Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium (Louisville Cardinals)

Louisiana: Tiger Stadium (LSU Tigers)

Mississippi: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (Ole Miss Rebels)

Missouri: Faurot Field (Missouri Tigers)

South Carolina: Clemson Memorial Stadium (Clemson Tigers)

Tennessee: Neyland Stadium (Tennessee Volunteers)

Texas: Kyle Field (Texas A&M Aggies)