Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Artist's Rendition of Michigan Stadium 2008

Michigan Stadium is losing its status as largest football stadium because of various adjustments needed to accommodate wheelchair-accessible seats. The Big House's seating capacity will drop from 107,501 to an estimated 106,201 the next two seasons, putting it behind Penn State's Beaver Stadium, which seats 107,282.

Michigan is likely to regain the top spot in 2010 after completion of a $226 million stadium expansion project, but the Ohio State site Eleven Warriors wasted no time in jumping all over the rival Wolverines for falling out of the top spot, including this "artist's rendition" of what the Big House will look like this fall.

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