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Old 01-05-2014, 09:59 PM
 
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Great football down there. Ya'll come over from Texas to Clemson sometime and we all have a good time at the Esso Club .
Just curious is it ok that the bbq is mainly pork? Anyway the beer is cold and the Jack Daniels starts flowing early!

This is an older picture of Memorial Stadium but it's one of the best images I have seen. The near end zone was redone a few years ago with new seating and luxury boxes. Over the offseason the luxury boxes between the upper and lower decks will be gutted and remodeled.

BTW Clemson fans really liked the hospitality when Clemson played at Kyle Field in 2004.


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Old 01-06-2014, 05:16 PM
 
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TCF Bank Stadium for MN should be mentioned - really nice and will be the temporary home for the Vikings






Husky Stadium just finished a big renovation as well - while the stadium has a lot of the traditional features, they removed the track from around the field, demolished and rebuilt the entire lower bowl and south stands, put in permanent seating in the east endzone and updated the landscaping a lot .... it looks great as well
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Old 01-06-2014, 06:16 PM
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... you know, this was originally meant for Texas schools.

I don't know why this was moved, but ok.
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Old 01-06-2014, 06:50 PM
 
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Heh ... I didn't know if that was bias, a regional boom or a thread that started elsewhere

To keep with the Texas note, Prarie View looks to be slowly moving ahead in their new stadium plans - recently announcing the design firm and they state it could be completed in 2016
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Old 01-06-2014, 09:00 PM
 
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lol, no i just don't understand the hate. what did Baylor do to this guy (or you for that matter)? he can't even acknowledge anything that's nice about the stadium.
He is just the normal loud mouth you meet in bars on the internet tho.
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Old 01-06-2014, 09:36 PM
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Heh ... I didn't know if that was bias, a regional boom or a thread that started elsewhere

To keep with the Texas note, Prarie View looks to be slowly moving ahead in their new stadium plans - recently announcing the design firm and they state it could be completed in 2016
The key word there: SLOWLY.

Funny thing is, they're moving ahead with plans for the baseball field, right now.


It's needed, sure, but I was really hoping they would go with the football stadium first, but I guess they had different plans. It needs to happen anyway, because I can tell you first hand that ALL of those facilities are garbage. My high school has a better stadium.
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Old 01-29-2014, 08:59 PM
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Ok, originally this was just for Texas schools, but it went past that. And I know this will just be a renovation and not an actual new or rebuilt stadium, but it looks like Notre Dame is joining everyone else in the 21st century...





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Old 01-31-2014, 12:17 AM
 
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Great football down there. Ya'll come over from Texas to Clemson sometime and we all have a good time at the Esso Club .
Just curious is it ok that the bbq is mainly pork? Anyway the beer is cold and the Jack Daniels starts flowing early!

This is an older picture of Memorial Stadium but it's one of the best images I have seen. The near end zone was redone a few years ago with new seating and luxury boxes. Over the offseason the luxury boxes between the upper and lower decks will be gutted and remodeled.

BTW Clemson fans really liked the hospitality when Clemson played at Kyle Field in 2004.
Aggie hospitality? You must have caught 'em on a day when the male cheerleaders were gone! ;-)
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