Found December 10, 2012 on College Football Section:
Missouri announced in June that they would be making $200 million in stadium upgrades to go along with their move to the SEC. With the UM System Board of Curators’ unanimous vote of agreement, Missouri will embark on a master plan worth up to $200 million to improve athletic facilities. The first phase of the plan focuses on projects that could reach a total of $102 million, with funding coming from $72 million in bond finances. MU expects to relieve debt based on a 30-year amortization plan at 5 percent through increased revenue from ticket sales of existing and future additional seating. The upgrades will include 5,000 more seats along with more than 1,000 premium club level seats. The Tigers hope to have all of the upgrades completed by 2015. [Columbian Tribune] Related Posts Missouri plans to upgrade stadium LSU plans to expand stadium Texas A&M and Missouri exit fees finalized
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