University of Hawaii looks to add 6K seats to practice field
HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii could add more than 6,400 seats to its practice football field to play games there over the next three years if Aloha Stadium remains closed.
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This is wasted tax payers money. “If” is the only word they use. Aloha Stadium was condemned because the stadium is run down. Totally cracked at the seats and I beam areas of the seats area. Plus very much an ugly stadium. I can see UH football program at the bottom of the pile of garbage agenda boxes. And they got the nerve to still go through it. I think they should just close the program. My parents had a team from West Virginia back in the late 60s. Also 70s. Marshall University Thundering herds. 38,227 seats. Not as big but a great looking stadium. It was all football back then. No hold barred. Here, college football is not important. Otherwise, they would have built it by now. This stadium is not that difficult the build. It is not Rocket science. Just build it. Or do away with the football program. Then find something else to replace the in debt revenue. Pretty much an odd set up.