Putting Hughes Stadium to good use
email@example.com February 24, 2012
Hughes, situated more than two miles from the main CSU campus on the far west edge of Fort Collins, seats 30,000 and has been home to the Rams since 1968.
In 1970, structural issues were discovered that affected the south concourse, creating large cracks in the concrete that are still visible today. In spite of those problems, Hughes remains a viable venue that has the potential to serve a variety of purposes. The Business Report dug into the question of what might be next for the stadium. Here are four potential new uses:
High school sports
Poudre School District is home to four high schools: Fort Collins, Poudre, Fossil Ridge and Rocky Mountain.
Each of these four is home to more than football teams when it comes to outdoor sports. Lacrosse, field hockey and soccer are just a few examples of outdoor sports that could be played on the turf at Hughes. Each of these schools currently plays on its own field, but Hughes would provide ample seating and locker room space for both home and
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