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Subject: Re: The last official word - showing that the schedule has, ahhhh, slipped


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Date Posted: 16:03:41 10/02/18 Tue
In reply to: West Coast Crimson 's message, "Re: The last official word - showing that the schedule has, ahhhh, slipped" on 12:19:48 10/02/18 Tue

I raise the possibility that the stadium size will not be changed much, if at all.

I believe that part or all of the reduction in capacity is simply reclassifying what constitutes "a seat." I think that, previously, 18 inches of bench space was considered a seat. Today, I think it's 24 inches.

So the bench may not change in size, but the capacity just reduced by 33%.

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Date Posted: 20:59:52 10/03/18 Wed

I predict that both methods of capacity reduction have been sussed out in this thread. 1) Colonnade elimination (or reduction), and 2) spacing out the seat numbers so that people don't have to squish sideways to fit in their assigned "seat" when rows are full.
I think it's easy to get to the new capacity through at least the latter, if not the former as well.

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