Greenville, North Carolina is bidding for a new college football bowl game in 2020. The Bar-B-Q Bowl, if selected, will be played at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium, home of the East Carolina Pirates.
The Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl is set to return for the fifth time in 2018. Announced last week by executive director Doug Mosley, the annual college football bowl game will once again be played at FAU Stadium on December 18, 2018 at 7pm.
Old Dominion University announced its timeline and plan this week for renovating S.B. Ballard Stadium, home of the Monarchs football team. Construction will begin this summer and will be completed in time for the Monarch’s 2019 home opener against Norfolk State.
Ohio State University will finally install wifi in Ohio Stadium and the Schottenstein Center, something that fans have wished for over the last decade amid the growing network of stadium wifi coverages.
A group of 19 organizers have come together to both oppose the current location chosen and to propose a new location for Temple University’s new football stadium. The No Deal Coalition have been vocal about their opposition to the current location in North Philadelphia on North Broad Street for the school’s new $125 million football stadium. Instead, the group is now suggesting that the University build the stadium near Center City in Rittenhouse Square.
Work will begin on March 1 on the $4.3 million project. The contract calls for the project to be completed by September 15, but there is financial incentive to have it ready for the first three NC State home football games.