How many awesome college sports towns have you been to? ranked the 10 best in the country, and four SEC teams made the ranking.

1. Madison, Wisconsin (Wisconsin Badgers)
2. Knoxville, Tennessee (Tennessee Volunteers)
3. Gainesville, Florida (Florida Gators)

4. Los Angeles, California (USC Trojans and UCLA Bruins)
5. Iowa City, Iowa (Iowa Hawkeyes)
6. Tuscaloosa, Alabama (Alabama Crimson Tide)
7. Columbia, Missouri (Missouri Tigers)

8. Austin, Texas (Texas Longhorns)
9. State College, Pennsylvania (Penn State Nittany Lions)
10. Durham, North Carolina (Duke Blue Devils)

Here are a few blips about each town, according to

Knoxville, TN: “Tennessee fans are loyal, passionate and support UT football through thick and thin. Fans in Knoxville are extremely educated when it comes to college sports.”

Gainesville, FL: “The University of Florida boasts a championship caliber football and basketball program. Florida is arguably the best multi-major sport school in the country, with two national titles in each sport since 2006.”

Tuscaloosa, AL: “To get the true feel for what a Southern college campus is like, head down to Tuscaloosa. Alabama football’s game day experience is one of the best in the country.”

Columbia, MO: “There isn’t much else to do in the middle of Missouri besides drink and cheer on the Missouri Tigers. And they do in Columbia. The bar scene near campus is awesome and the game day atmosphere for Tiger basketball and football games is something to see.”

First, let me ask how is Los Angeles included as one of the 10 best? And how are College Station (Texas A&M), Baton Rouge (LSU), Oxford (Ole Miss) and Athens (Georgia) left off?

Perhaps the most underrated sports town in the SEC is Starkville (Mississippi State).

Which towns would you add?