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mizslu314
Missouri Fan
Dirty STL
Member since Sep 2013
12284 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
Slow down, this time last year Edward jones dome looked like this



Winston Cup
Texas St Fan
Member since May 2016
50904 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
RFK


Texas Stadium


The Forum


teke184
LSU Fan
Zachary, LA
Member since Jan 2007
57667 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
Cleveland threatened a lot of legal roadblocks that could have tied things up for years.

The NFL granted them a new team in order to get Modell into Baltimore ASAP.


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JodyPlauche
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
3861 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
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was always thought the Memphis Pyramid was cool, too bad they turned it into a Bass Pro Shop


Saw Tyson fight Etienne there.

I'm glad they turned it into a Bass Pro instead of tearing it down. That place is awesome.


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JodyPlauche
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
3861 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
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jumbo


WTF did I just watch?

I take back my previous comment...tear it down!


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chalmetteowl
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2008
34301 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
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The Forum
is that the Montreal one or the one in LA?


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Texas Southern Fan
RIP Wayde
Member since Jan 2007
120796 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues


Need to have ncaa tournament games in Worcester again


Y.A. Tittle
LSU Fan
Member since Sep 2003
83958 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
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I always thought the RCA Dome was a great venue to watch a game.


It looks like all the seats were really close to the field. I hate how that's not the number one emphasis of stadiums, over expanding everything outward and upward for other "amenities."


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Hetfield
Louisiana Tech Fan
Dallas
Member since Jun 2013
3641 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
Went to a concert in Nov 2019 at The Forum. Loved it. So much sports & musical history there. Not one Suite in the entire place. Old school. It hosts tons of concerts(Pre & hopefully post China flu) as the Staples Center is booked with sports so often.


Paul Allen
Notre Dame Fan
Montauk, NY
Member since Nov 2007
66511 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues


San Jose Sharks played here.


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tigahfan747
LSU Fan
New Orleans
Member since Oct 2017
351 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
44,000+ on hand to watch the Pistons beat the Lakers in Game 5 must been a sight to see in the Silverdome.


McMillan
Missouri Fan
Member since Jul 2018
2961 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
Because the NFL, so far, is getting it's arse kicked in court.


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SportsGuyNOLA
LSU Fan
New Orleans, LA
Member since May 2014
6533 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
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Hard to believe the Superdome outlasted them all. What are some of your favorite old sports venues?



Why is it hard to believe? The Superdome is by far the greatest of the domed stadiums and is one of the most historic arenas in American sports history.


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Sasquatch smush
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Feb 2021
206 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues

Tulane stadium


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BZ504
LSU Fan
Texas
Member since Oct 2005
3883 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
Forgot about the Palace at Auburn Hills and Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.


Diseasefreeforall
Miami (FL) Fan
St Clair Co
Member since Oct 2012
1853 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
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I liked it for the palm trees in the end zone and it being the spiritual home of the U


They had a live dolphin in the open endzone during doplhins games back in the 60's.

The Summit in Houston is now the Joel Osteen church.


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Domeskeller
Houston Astros Fan
Member since Jun 2020
744 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
Astrodome /thread


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Bunk Moreland
Michigan Fan
Member since Dec 2010
33856 posts

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Joe Louis was kind of a dump. Not quite old enough to be historic and not quite new enough to be nice. But, the Wings had some good memories there.

It's a crime the Palace is gone. It was one of the new generation nice arenas and still held up well. It is crazy to me it is gone. I went to the first event there, a Sting concert.


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kywildcatfanone
Kentucky Fan
Wildcat Country!
Member since Oct 2012
78178 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues
Domes need to go away. All of them. Football is an outdoor sport.


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Sasquatch smush
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Feb 2021
206 posts

re: NFL Domes and Other Forgotten Sports Venues

The spectrum


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