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I just feel like to complete this thread I will add that Miami has attendance issues.
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Thought I read rain in the original post, I could be wrong though.
First picture is the indoor facility, the play surface is identical to what we've got in the stadium. Second picture is the outdoor practice field which is directly connected.
That's one thing people seem to like about Nebraska's facilities -- It's all together, you can go from the weight room to the offices to the practice fields easily.
Attached link lays out the football facilities for anyone interested. Pretty solid in my homer opinion.
Impressive, but you have to admit that someone seriously screwed up when designing Memorial Stadium. You guys can't put in any more seats unless you put them in the endzone and I'm sure Nebraska would have no problem getting 100,000.
Memorial is designed terribly -- No question. Just a product of continued expansion rather than scrapping it. It's not hard to see they essentially just stuck a couple ends on the stadium.
I'm personally fine with where we're at. I don't even like this most recent expansion. I have no overwhelming desire to see Nebraska hit 100K capacity.
I'd say more like peasants.
Rain=Lightning in the south
Florida doesn't need a indoor practice facility to stick it up FSU's ass, they already do that on a regular basis.
Don't think so. Pictures were just posted on our site and the roof and lights are done and the brickwork is going up.
Win = No attendance issues
Lose = Attendance issues
Penn State's Holuba Hall is still the largest (I believe) indoor facility in the nation. It could house a full length field but the decision was made awhile ago to go with two 80 yard fields side by side. For practice purposes, 80 yards is more than enough.
Lol of course, in case you missed it that was a joke for Mason. I was basically saying that folks were tossing old as hell cut downs at Miami so I tossed the oldest one there is.
I know everything in the south is different.
It's too flashy, IMO. Wouldn't you rather have something as aesthetically pleasing as this?
Two words ... Al Glick
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It doesn't need to be pretty, the snow globe inside more than makes up for it.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
Yea, basically its just something fancy for schools to show off to recruits. We dont really need an IPF, rain might cancel practice 3 times a year, if that. So its not really a big deal in my eyes. The rest of our facilities are up to par
Again, you can only speak for yourself. Over in the Panhandle FSU often loses 2-3 of our last seven practices leading up to our opening game due to lightning.
Opelika high school is building one as we speak
why in the hell would SoCal need one?
They are in Georgia and they are poor. That's why they can't compete and are not a blue blood
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
lol at poors
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