So for people worrying about empty seats its not like we are going to be pushing 84,000 seats and only have 58,000 people there. The capacity is staying the same really. Just improving JT 1000 percent.
So now all we need is some money
Do you think Principal is still rumored to be donating? Ok that was bad...
I was counting on winning the Powerball jackpot tonight. But atleast no one else won either so there is still hope come Wednesday
I'll donate all my credits, plus every credit I every get for the rest of my life if it will help.
Honestly, I don't think it will happen until after the 2010 season- at the earliest. We are still 2-4 years out at least, unless something magical happens. Maybe now that Hilton Magic is dead we can have some Trice Magic.
By what the NCAA was told and they in turn told EA Sports that Jack Trice Stadium hold around 57,000 to 58,000 people. Now from what I have hear about the new addition to the south endzone is that it should put us at 60,000 to 62,000 (that is counting hillside to for both). Plus everyone says it's hard to recuit for ISU, I not with that stadium it won't be. With that place and if Rhoads starts turning our team around the sky is the limit. winning seasons+ more money= championship. So I say build that thing and quick.
people worry about the look of the stadium rather than the skill of our team.
wow you're dumb. one way to get recruits is to have great facilities. it isn't usually the biggest selling point, but it sure as hell helps. which in turn gives us a better team because we have better players coming.
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