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Committees recommend CSU build on-campus stadium
http://www.coloradoan.com/story/news/loc.../19294783/

Quote:CSU will move forward with its plans to build an on-campus stadium if it follows the recommendations made public Wednesday afternoon by two advisory committees and the university's athletics and facilities departments.

All four groups were opposed to renovating Hughes Stadium, the aging 32,500-seat facility 3 miles west of campus that has been home to Colorado State University's football team since 1968. A summary of public input on the four options that CSU President Tony Frank put forth last month also was strongly in favor of building a new facility, with 378 respondents favoring the on-campus options compared to 193 who favored the two options involving Hughes.
11-22-2014 10:40 PM
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