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MotS&G Ohio Stadium Upgrades Announced

Discussion in 'News' started by Shannon, Mar 29, 2016.

  1. Shannon

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    Ohio Stadium Upgrades Announced
    via our good friends at Men of the Scarlet and Gray
    Visit their fantastic blog and read the full article (and so much more) here


    The House that Harley built will be turning 94 years young this year. Built in 1922 the Horseshoe was widely criticized for having 66,000 seats (thought it would never be filled up). Thankfully for Buckeye Nation the leaders went ahead with the $1.3 million project. The most unique and recognized facility in all of sports will be undergoing another upgrade.

    Ohio State Athletics Director Gene Smith announced a $42 million project improving C and B-Decks. The C-deck needs the concrete restored and re-coated. The B-deck will have improved lighting, larger televisions and an improved sound system with better scoreboards, this will improve the experience of fans that have any obstructed views. The power distribution system will also be upgraded. Last but not least there will be added lodges and suites wich will remove 2,600 seats.

    This upgrading project is proposed to run from 2017-2020. The proposed plan is subject to approval by the university Board of Trustees.

    “We are committed to providing our fans, players and coaches with one of the best facilities in the nation,” said Smith. “We knew we had to get some of this done in order to avoid future degradation of the cement on C-deck. At the same time, we have fans requesting upgraded seating options. We see this as a great opportunity to accomplish both projects. It’s an important investment in the stadium that is beloved by so many.”

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