Five SEC schools make the cut for the Top 20 college towns in the country
ATHENS, GA - NOVEMBER 29: A general view of Sanford Stadium during the game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on November 29, 2014 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

This will probably get some college football fanbases riled up. Athlon Sports recently ranked the 20 best college towns in America by polling come college town “experts,” who turned out to be one of the more popular college football writers in the country including Rick Neuheisel of CBS Sports/SiriusXM Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated, Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports and Pat Forde Yahoo Sports. As it turns out, this bunch gave five SEC schools the nod for the Top 20 list, including Athens, Ga., Oxford, Ms., Knoxville, Tn., Baton Rouge, La. and Tuscaloosa, Ala. Check out the full list of schools below.

1. Athens (Georgia)
2. Madison (Wisconsin)
3. Austin (Texas)
4. Boulder (Colorado)
5. Ann Arbor (Michigan)
6. Oxford (Ole Miss)
7. Eugene (Oregon)
8. Palo Alto (Stanford)
9. Chapel Hill (North Carolina)
10. Charlottesville (Virginia)
11. Seattle (Washington)
12. Knoxville (Tennessee)
13. State College (Penn State)
14. Berkeley (California)
15. Baton Rouge (LSU)
16. West Point (Army)
17. Clemson (Clemson)
18. Tuscaloosa (Alabama)
19. South Bend (Notre Dame)
20. Laramie (Wyoming)

[H/T Saturday Down South]

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