“I’m way more comfortable,” Gardner said. “Last year was my first year starting, and it was rough, a lot of ups and downs, a lot of adversity. A lot of adversity I fought through, and I feel like I did a really good job of never giving up, never giving up on myself and my teammates. I feel my teammates recognized that, and my coaches recognized that, and I feel like that will help me.”
Yes, PSU now has the biggest stadium in the country. The university was sued for not providing enough handicap seats, so they had to take out a ton of regular seats to make room for wheelchair accessible ones.
yes. you beat me to it (I was researching to make sure that was for sure, true...and then i got sidetracked...I didn't think taht could happen on the internet i mean, i neeeevverrr get sidetracked; like the other day when I was at 7-11 and...
Due to the construction regarding the ADA accommodations as well as the loss of several rows on each side b/c of the new boxes, the stadium is losing a few thousand seats during the construction phase w/ no addition. IOW, the boxes won't be done till 2010 so the they won't add to the capacity until then. The final total capacity won't be known until 2010, but there shouldn't be much of a change (+- 1,000 i guess????). So odds are, we'll have the largest capacity again in 2010.