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    TCU's endzone section

    Got a few glimpses of TCU's endzone section. Some suites had large arched brick windows. It seemed more like a shrine for big donors without many seats. Were these new features with the major renovation?

    Anybody there get to take a better look. Seems like we should be paying attention to what other schools are doing with their endzones. Generally, I like the idea of including some high end suites, not just a bowl with tons of seats. Anything from their design that we should steal (or dismiss)?



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    Re: TCU's endzone section

    I think it was an academic center.



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    Re: TCU's endzone section

    I think when we bowl in our SEZ, there will likely be either some suites or a club section. Something that will bring in additional revenue. A think a nice endzone club section would sell pretty well, especially with the new videoboard right in front of their faces. It would be like watching the game on a 60" HDTV in your living room, but still be at the game live.


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