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.
San Diego State University Athletic Director John David Wicker said Thursday the university’s proposed 35,000-seat Mission Valley stadium could expand to 55,000 seats to accommodate a future NFL franchise.
After one year of football, Colorado State’s on-campus stadium finally has its partner. The University and Public Service Credit Union announced a lucrative 15-year, $37.7 million agreement for naming rights to the stadium.
The University of Tennessee is now accepting bids for renovations to the south side of Neyland Stadium. Phase 1 of the project is estimated to cost about $144 million dollars, mainly to upgrade stadium necessities.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has a new official name: The United Airlines Memorial Coliseum. USC officials announced the change — the result of a 16-year, $69-million deal
Mercedes-Benz Stadium has not been open for six months, and now its getting ready to host the best two teams in college football.