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The Cathedrals
DICK FRIEDMAN
August 17, 2012
The stadiums of the SEC—the most worshipped spots on campus—blend aura, mystique, memory, pageantry, scenery, sustenance and joy to keep fans making the pilgrimage, time and again
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August 17, 2012

The Cathedrals

The stadiums of the SEC—the most worshipped spots on campus—blend aura, mystique, memory, pageantry, scenery, sustenance and joy to keep fans making the pilgrimage, time and again

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INITIAL CAPACITY 13,500

MOST RECENT RENOVATION 2009

SIGNATURE FEATURE Brick and glass facade enclosing the stadium

PATRON SAINT Coach Frank Broyles

INDELIBLE MOMENT Clint Stoerner's 23-yard TD pass to Anthony Lucas on Nov. 13, 1999, pulled out a 28--24 win and avenged the '98 loss to Tennessee.

COLLEGE KNOWLEDGE In 1977, Big Red III—a wild hog who was the team's mascot—escaped from an animal exhibit and spent several months at large before an angry farmer shot him. The day he died Arkansas suffered its only loss of the season.

SOUTH CAROLINA GAMECOCKS

WILLIAMS-BRICE STADIUM

CAPACITY 80,250

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