War Memorial Stadium, the historic facility in the middle of Little Rock, has been in the news this year. Tuesday will mark the 70th anniversary of the first game played at the stadium.
The first big weekend of the college football season was marred by weather problems across the country Saturday, with officials calling off games at Nebraska and Iowa State and delays hitting stadiums from the Air Force Academy in Colorado to the Southeast.
Just eight years ago this month Alabama rolled out the latest expansion of Bryant-Denny Stadium. Adding more than 9,600 seats to the south end zone, the stadium was finally mostly symmetrical again. That was 2010 coming off the first of Nick Saban’s national titles at Alabama.
Getting around LaVell Edwards Stadium will be a bit easier in the future. BYU announced Wednesday that it will be making several improvements to the stadium at the end of the 2018 season, but won’t increase its capacity, which currently sits at 63,470.
There was a time when bigger was better. The biggest was considered the best. But UT President Gregory L. Fenves is ready to call a truce in the facilities arms race. Fenves told the UT System Board of Regents on Thursday that the new south end zone expansion of Royal-Memorial Stadium will not increase the
Neeli Bendapudi has wasted little time in making her first national headline-grabbing move as the University of Louisville’s new president. During a press conference, Bendapudi announced that U of L is removing the “Papa John’s” from the name of the football stadium
After four years of conception, two more of construction and another season of officially being open, the Colorado State football stadium finally has a name.
Rutgers University’s football stadium has a new name. The 52,454-seat stadium located in Piscataway had been called High Point Solutions Stadium since Rutgers sold the naming rights to the Sparta, N.J.-based company in June 2011.
Wearing a hard hat and neon vest, Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino smiled as he stood in an active construction site Tuesday and saw the future.
The ongoing expansion of Louisville’s football stadium, once said to be 10,000 seats, is actually closer to 6,000.