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SEC Football Stadiums undergoing offseason renovations
TD Staff Reporter
March 14, 2014
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Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Kentucky, LSU and Missouri are all renovating their football stadiums this off season. Here is quick look at whats going on with the renovations.
Mississippi State Bulldogs: Davis Wade Stadium
North Endzone expansion will increase the seating capacity to 61,337.
Texas A&M Aggies: Kyle Field
Seating capacity is expected to be 102,500 for the 2015 season.
Kentucky Wildcats: Commonwealth Stadium
The Wildcats are reducing the capacity from 67,000 to 61,000 to make it a smaller stadium.
LSU Tigers: Tiger Stadium
LSU is expanding the South End Zone which will bring the capacity over 100,000.
Missouri Tigers: Memorial Stadium
The west side press box is being renovated and 5,200 general admission seats and 800 club seats have been added to the east side upper bowl.
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