Over its first few years in existence, TCF Bank Stadium was one of the only college stadiums in the country to sell beer, as Minnesota shared it with the Minnesota Vikings while their new stadium was being rebuilt. What hurts "The Big House" is the architecture of the stadium, which seemingly lets all of the noise out of the top. Fielding Yost recognized the need for a larger stadium after original expansions to Ferry Field proved to be too small, and persuaded the regents to build a permanent stadium in 1926. From 1927 to 1968, the stadium's field was natural grass. Not happy about it, but I'm willing to let MSU fans crow a bit if it means misery in Columbus. Anyway, they like to think that our stadium is a dump (even though the only thing they can think of to back up this claim is that our seats aren't wide enough). Plus my dad's a life long Spartan fan (oh the suffering he's endured), and he always not only tolerated my Michigan fandom but actively encouraged it by taking me to games AA all the time when I was a kid. Graduation ceremony at Michigan Stadium, 2003, 2009 team enters Stadium under the M Club banner to a Michigan Marching Band salute, The completed east side structure, from the first floor of the new Jack Roth Stadium Club, Inside the second floor of the Jack Roth Stadium Club in the new east side structure, Inside the dining room on the second floor of the Jack Roth Stadium Club in the new east side structure, The renovated Michigan Stadium, looking west toward new premium seating and press facilities, July 14, 2010, Opening face-off of The Big Chill at the Big House, December 11, 2010, The new scoreboard before the Notre Dame vs. Michigan game, September 10, 2011, Michigan vs. Iowa at the start of the 2nd quarter on November 17, 2012, Real Madrid vs. Manchester United friendly game which set record for most fans to watch a soccer game in the United States, August 2, 2014, List of NCAA Division I FBS football stadiums, "U-M Announces New Seating Capacity for Michigan Stadium", "NHL Winter Classic 2014: Maple Leafs Beat Red Wings In Front Of Record Crowd", "The Michigan Stadium Story: Expansion and Renovation, 1928-1997", "Through Transition, Class of '09 Had Its Ups, But Mostly Downs", "The Michigan Stadium Story: Michigan Stadium Attendance Records", "Pinkett overcomes doubt with confidence", "For 200th Straight Game, 100,000 Will Pack Michigan Stadium", "Game called in 3rd quarter: Michigan football team wins, 34-10", "U-M Professors Urge Reconsideration of Michigan Stadium Expansion", "Despite Lawsuit, Complaints, Stadium Construction Begins", "Keynote Woodruff Shares Life Lessons, Hope", "TS Sports/Lighthouse Selected as Scoreboard Provider", "Big House Again!
When you get in, you see that the field and most of the stands are actually below ground level, which makes the stadium unique. I am sure this is not groundbreaking research but just a general feel I get from being on the GBW board for many a years now. i can see it now. Sitting in the heart of the country, and these days expanding all the way from the Midwest to the East Coast thanks to the additions of Nebraska and Rutgers, the Big Ten exists in an area where football is king. There's the passion of the fans, who will come out in droves just to see a glorified scrimmage in the spring.
, Michigan Stadium was rededicated on September 4, 2010, before Michigan's first home football game of the 2010 season against the University of Connecticut, with a listed capacity of 109,901. Without further ado, here are the Big Ten football stadiums ranked worst to first. Whether it's due to a lack of a consistently good product on the field over the last decade or so or just no interest, there is just no atmosphere for the Boilermakers. The lights were first used at the men's hockey game on December 11, 2010. At no point in their rambling, incoherent board responses were they even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. In September 2010, a few days after the rededication, the University of Michigan's Board of Regents approved a plan to add permanent lights, at a cost of $1.8 million (equivalent to $2.1 million in 2019).
© 2018 MGoBlog. "How small is scUM's **** that they need a stadium that big? When i say that, I mean as far as respecting their team is concerned. In 1930, electronic scoreboards were installed, making the stadium the first in the United States to use them to keep the official game time.
If you want to experience one of the best atmospheres in college football, head out to Sate College, Pennsylvania and find a ticket for a night game at Beavers Stadium. I agree with the prison reference. I hate the Buckeyes more, and heading into a season that is the one game I hope to win more than any other.
We don't expect everyone to agree, as fans are likely to support their own team's building more than others or venues they have had good experiences in, but while traveling the Big Ten to cover games and visiting each of these stadiums, here is the list as we see it.
by UMMAN83. Renovations in 2013 brought the Illini's stadium into the 21st century, but it still has a long way to go to catch up with some of the crown jewels of the Big Ten. If that was the game where he had 10 catches for 255 yards, setting school records, and was still complaning, what a disgrace. Michigan had spoiled the formal dedication of Ohio Stadium in Columbus five years earlier and was victorious again, besting the Buckeyes 21–0 before a standing-room-only crowd of 84,401. Michigan Stadium, nicknamed "The Big House", is the football stadium for the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
I enjoyed it when LSU and Florida made them look awful in BSC NC games, and I despise Florida and LSU. It does what it's supposed to do, but it doesn't have that "Wow, this is cool" feeling you get walking into the Big House, or for that matter Notre Dame.
"What a dump that big hole is hahaha". The Wolverines defeated the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 35–31.
 Since November 8, 1975, the stadium has held over 100,000 fans for every home game—the game against Indiana University on October 25, 1975 was the last sub-100,000 attendance home game for Michigan. Michigan Stadium was built in 1927 at a cost of $950,000 (equivalent to $11.4 million in 2019) and had an original capacity of 72,000. I agree with you the most out of these responses. The Hoosiers know how to support a team -- just look at their basketball program -- but until IU starts winning on the gridiron more regularly, it's going to be all about the party in the parking lot at this Memorial Stadium. In reply to much different over there... by steelymax, In reply to I made it to the emoticons by JeepinBen, of course they reference the East Lansing Free Press, With all our higher-level thinking skills, we need to go beyond arguing our points reasonably, and start confusing the hell out of them with good logic.
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