Inside Baylor's new stadium, McLane ...

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  1. surly

    surly Well-Known Member

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  2. ISUKyro

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    Found another good pic

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  3. jdoggivjc

    jdoggivjc Well-Known Member

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    39 days and change to get the tarps installed...
     
  4. CyKosys

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    Say what you want, Sewer Boy. That is one beautiful football stadium.
     
  5. Fitzy

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    That's a lot of space for their fan
     
  6. CyArob

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  7. Prone2Clone

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    The new BU KidZone

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  8. DFWClone

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    I don't get it. Their stadium is a million times better than ours. If their stadium is a sewer, then what's ours?
     
  9. ISUKyro

    ISUKyro Well-Known Member

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    A concrete slab.
    Photoshoped with a lunch box on the top (a la Press Box)
     
  10. CyKosys

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    ISUKyro used the sewer photo as "another pic" of the Baylor Stadium. I strongly disagreed. I think McLane Stadium is really, really nice.
     
  11. dualthreat

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    the stadiums in the big 12 are only half the size of the ones being built in the SEC. We're falling behind.
     
  12. ISUAgronomist

    ISUAgronomist Well-Known Member

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    Yep, typical gameday photo in Wacko, TX
     
  13. CyArob

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    Well I would hope that something brand new would look better than something 40 years old....
     
  14. weR138

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    It's nice. And by nice I mean new. It's not a million times better than ours and from the sky it looks like a giant ****ing toilet seat. Once we get a legit press box JTS will look just fine...

    But, you're all missing the point. When is someone gonna give surly the opportunity to post pics of ksu's upgrades, oooooops...
     
  15. Goothrey

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    Looks really nice.

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  16. surly

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    do you feel okay?
     
  17. isulive2train

    isulive2train Well-Known Member

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    Can't wait for the new tarp. That'll make it top notch.
     
  18. TOFB4ISU

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    Why not green or gold bleachers?
     
  19. boone7247

    boone7247 Well-Known Member

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    The SEC is starting to struggle to fill some of there stadiums. See the thread about college football teams looking at what Sporting KC is doing. Also Baylor is a private college with not a huge alumni, hence the tarp. This stadium more than suits their needs.
     
  20. Thomasrickj

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    It's a beautiful looking stadium, but I'm baffled that there is only seating for 45,000 with a future expansion plan to get to 55,000. I know that Baylor is probably the 4th most popular team in Texas (Texas, TAMU, Texas Tech), maybe even 5th behind TCU, but wouldn't you figure they want to bring capacity up to at least 65,000+?
     

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