Memorial Stadium

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Arkansas Razorbacks Football, 1980–1989 - 1986 - Schedule
... Date Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance September 13, 1986 Mississippi* #18 War Memorial Stadium • Little Rock, AR (Rivalry) W 21–0 55,230 September 20, 1986 Tulsa* #12 Razorback Stadium • Fayetteville, AR W 34–17 51,080 September 27, 1986 New Mexico State* #9 War Memorial Stadium • Little Rock, AR W 42–11 55,106 October 4, 1986 TCU #8 Razorback Stadium • Fayettevile, AR Raycom W 34–17 41,808 October 11, 1986 Texas Tech #8 Razorback Stadium • Fayetteville, AR L 7–17 49,012 October 18, 1986 at Texas #14 Texas Memorial Stadium • Austin, TX (The Big Shootout) ESPN W 21–14 67,344 October 25, 1986 at Houston #14 Robertson Stadium • Houston, TX W 30–13 16,060 November 1, 1986 Rice #13 Razorback Stadium • Fayetteville, AR W 45–14 49,980 November 8, 1986 at Baylor #10 Baylor Stadium • Waco, TX Raycom L 14–29 44,500 November 15, 1986 #7 Texas A M #17 Razorback Stadium • Fayetteville, AR (Rivalry) ABC W 14–10 54,912 November 22, 1986 at SMU #11 Texas Stadium • Irving, TX W 41–0 33,382 January 1, 1987 vs ... #3 Oklahoma* #9 Orange Bowl • Miami, FL (Orange Bowl) NBC L 8–42 52,717 ...
Memorial Stadium (Kent)
... Memorial Stadium was a stadium in Kent, Ohio, USA on the campus of Kent State University that served as home of the Kent State Golden Flashes football and track and field teams from ... Although Kent State had fielded a football team since 1920, Memorial Stadium was the team's first stadium as they had previously played on a field behind Merrill Hall ... The stadium opened on October 14, 1950 with a 57-0 victory over Marietta College and was later expanded in the mid-1950s with additional permanent and auxiliary seating ...
Memorial Stadium (Kent) - Site Today
... The site of Memorial Stadium today serves as the main visitor parking lot adjacent to the Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center and the Kent State student center ... Of the pieces of the original stadium, only one still remains in use at Dix Stadium ... Dix Stadium's current north end zone seating was the original south sideline seating area at Memorial Stadium, though prior to the 2007 season the original press box was removed and ...
List Of American Football Stadiums By Capacity - Former or Demolished Stadiums
... Image Stadium Capacity City State/Province Closed Home teams Refs John F ... Kennedy Stadium 100,000 Philadelphia Pennsylvania 1992 Philadelphia Eagles also a frequent venue for the Army–Navy Game Cleveland Stadium 81,000 Cleveland Ohio 1996 Cleveland Browns Tulane Stadium 80,985 ... Louis Cardinals Metropolitan Stadium 48,446 Bloomington Minnesota 1985 Minnesota Vikings Cardinal Stadium 47,925 Louisville Kentucky 1998 Louisville Cardinals War Memorial Stadium 46,500 Buffalo New York ...
Memorial Stadium, Asheville
... Memorial Stadium is a multi-use stadium located in Asheville, North Carolina ... In the early 2000s the stadium fell onto hard times, but is now in the midst of a project to revamp it called "master plan" ... Built in 1925 the 5,000-capacity stadium currently hosts several local teams, the Asheville Grizzlies of the North American Football League and athletics events for Buncombe County ...

Famous quotes containing the words stadium and/or memorial:

    In their eyes I have seen
    the pin men of madness in marathon trim
    race round the track of the stadium pupil.
    Patricia K. Page (b. 1916)

    I hope there will be no effort to put up a shaft or any monument of that sort in memory of me or of the other women who have given themselves to our work. The best kind of a memorial would be a school where girls could be taught everything useful that would help them to earn an honorable livelihood; where they could learn to do anything they were capable of, just as boys can. I would like to have lived to see such a school as that in every great city of the United States.
    Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906)