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Date Posted: 10/ 3/15 11:03:25am Sat
Author: Gate Raider
Subject: Re: Odd arrangements for fans at Cornell
In reply to: Steve 's message, "Re: Odd arrangements for fans at Cornell" on 10/ 3/15 10:02:11am Sat

I was told by a Cornell guy that the visitor side was condemned but, I have sat there many times and those stands don't look that old and seemed in pretty good shape to me. Steve, might be right about wanting to make the other side look more full. Frankly, the home side stands, excluding the new aluminum bench seats, are really showing their age.

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[> [> [> [> [> [> Re: Odd arrangements for fans at Cornell -- Tunkmaster, 10/ 4/15 11:25:30am Sun

For many, many years what you call the "visitors side" was actually the Cornell student section. The visitors' bench was on the crescent side of the field. Did Colgate have a block of seats reserved?

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