This a beautiful stadium pretty much in the middle of not much. Walking to the stadium was a big weave through cars. There was some development adjacent to the stadium but if you parked in the allotted parking lots you didn't care to venture toward the development it was so horribly placed a distance from the stadium. (Tip to future developers, place the restaurants/developments BETWEEN the parking and stadium if you want folks to stop and spend.) Once inside the stadium it was spacious with not much crowding (except at the Fiesta Bowl paraphernalia stands). It had a great sound system that allowed good clarity in the announcements and sounds. Lighting on the field was terrific. Biggest beef, and it was significant, was the ridiculously small screen monitors in the stadium. Seriously, there are monitors at Texas high school football stadiums bigger then those. This was compounded by the fact there was very little info inregard to stats displayed. Perhaps the corporate folks not interested in the real game could care less. But those fans really tracking the game were left to wonder just how did the teams stack up stat-wise as not much other than score, down, time and time-outs was shown.
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