Colorado State On-Campus Stadium Deemed Feasible By Committee, Could Be Built By 2015

The Colorado St. Rams on-campus stadium is one step closer to becoming a reality as a committee findings delivered by Colorado State president Tony Frank has come out and said that the stadium is feasible. Frank will ultimately make the decision about whether to go forward with construction with the stadium.

This on-campus stadium is expected to be on the south side of campus and cost $246 million with approximately $220 million will be funded by donations, and the rest by corporate naming rights, sponsorships, premium seating and facilities rentals.

This new stadium will have upgrades over Hughes Stadium such as box seating, suites, sideline field club, an end zone microbrew bar, parents lounge, coaches workroom, hall of fame, alumni center and conference rooms, among others.

If things go according to plan the new stadium could be open for the 2015 season.

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