Been doing a little searching recently for some of my SuperGuide work and found something interesting.
So, prior to a couple years ago, Michigan Stadium was the 3rd largest stadium in the world behind May Day Stadium in North Korea (150,000) and Salt Lake Stadium (120,000) in India.
A year ago, the stadium in India was made smaller and is now all the way down to only 68,000 in seats, pushing The Big House up to 2nd in the world behind the Cult of Personality Dome.
Now, after wandering over to the largest stadiums by capacity list, I noticed something interesting.
North Korea's stadium went from 150,000 in capacity to 114,000 last month. Why? How?
Because they were lying about their capacity. Shocker. The seats were counted and it stopped at 114,000.
So with a South endzone upper deck expansion that's likely (ed) on the horizon in the 2020s, Michigan Stadium may become the largest stadium in the world.
What are you enjoying tonight while enjoying one (or more) of these games? TGIF!
||Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, KY|
||Yulman Stadium, New Orleans, LA|
|San Diego State||Fresno State||10:00 PM||CBSSN||Bulldog Stadium , Fresno, CA|
|Mississippi State||BYU||10:15 PM||
||LaVell Edwards Stadium, Provo, UT|
Julius -- who handles kickoffs for the Nittany Lions and whose two big tackleshave gone viral this season -- opened up about his binge eating disorder in a public Facebook post on Oct. 3. He entered treatment at a St. Louis center from May 9 to July 26 and missed spring and summer workouts with the football team.
"That's when I was like, 'You know what? If I would've continued down this path, I might not be here right now,'" the 258-pound Julius told ABC's Good Morning America on Friday during his first sit-down interview since last season.
Prices are coming down for the game on the 29th. Student section seats are only 64 dollars while east sideline seats are as low as 154 dollars. Let's do our part to take over Spartan Stadium!
Interesting review of some of Brian Kelly's more classy comments.
Also, to hell with Notre Dame.
Edit: I have heard rumors from some family/friends inside of CMU that Kelly had done these kind of things while there, but was overlooked since the team did so well while he was there. They did not (or could not) give any specifics, but if anyone has any info about it please share.Epilogue: EDSBS put out a good feature also http://www.everydayshouldbesaturday.com/2016/10/14/13268754/the-picture-...
Discuss. Alvarez said Hornibrook hurt his sternum on the first throw against Michigan. Says he's ok now but wasn't when he played us.
I haven't gone back to look at the play again but I'm sure someone will post it here.
Edit: Throw instead of play