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Correct. The new press box is not open to the public and is technically not a part of the stadium.


A 5,000 donation per year (does not include the price you paid for your tickets) nets you access to the stadium level buffet and booze.


a 15,000 donation per year gets you access to the university club level, which is where you wanna be. More food, even better booze and service, and the most incredible view of the bay you will ever see.

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Recently got back home from a trip to Texas & Oklahoma.  The stadiums I drove by are as follows:



Texas State



Dallas Cowboys (stopped there to take photos)

Texas Motor Speedway

North Texas

Oklahoma (stopped there to take photos)

Cheaspeake Energy Center (home of the Thunder)

Bricktown Stadium (home of OKC's AAA team)


Kudos to Baylor for building a nice toliet seat like stadium for God to take a dump when he needs to. :lol:

JerryWorld is just huge.  DKR in Austin doesn't look that big compared to JerryWorld.


It's good to be home after dealing with that 90+ degree weather and that humidity.


At the Big Red Shop (OU apparel store) in NW OKC, still saw some CU mini helmets there and the same for the other former Big 12 teams.

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Or he thinks we still have a crown.

You should have seen the crown of Oklahoma's turf fields. You could only see the top half of the opposing players & coaches from your sideline. The option offenses excelled with those playing fields in the old Big 8 & SWC. Don't know about the old turf surfaces at Cal and the Northwestern schools.

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They did the same thing around the time they joined the Big 12.  I was in College Station in '95 for a family vacation and they were building their current basketball arena and other facilities.  I guess it's their way of annoucing their arrival to a new conference.


Did they join the PAC 12?


Be grateful that they didn't along with those other Big 12 schools.  The funding for the $450M renovation of Kyle Field was done in just two weeks.  You don't really find that kind of support anywhere in the nation.

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Second camera feed just went live and a tower crane is being put up.  I suspect it would be used for the new indoor practice facility.  It's possible that it is slightly postponed as the CU BOR determines whether the new indoor practice facility will be built on top of an underground parking lot.


North stands should be done sooner than later.  Northeast corner stands are still having the foundation laid.  Good thing CU's first home game isn't until September 13th.

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