Afterward, Howard University played most of its home games at Howard Stadium, which by 1972 could hold 5,000 fans. After playing a single game at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium every year from 1970 to 1973, Howard played every home game there in 1974 and 1975, all but one there in 1976, and half of them there in 1977.
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Stadium: William H. Greene Stadium (capacity: 10,000) Field surface: Field Turf: Location: Washington, D.C. NCAA division: Division I FCS: Conference: MEAC: All-time record: 500–485–38 (.507) Bowl record: 1–2 (.333) Playoff appearances: 1: Playoff record: 0–1: Claimed national titles: 5 (Black College):1920, 1925, 1926, 1993, 1996 ...
- 1–2 (.333)
- Larry Scott, 3rd season, 3–12 (.200)
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By 1977, Howard Stadium had been renovated and expanded to seat 9,000. That year, University officials proposed constructing a 20,000-set stadium to replace the aging facility. Friday night football games did not draw large crowds and the University could not get many Saturday games at RFK Stadium which was also home to the Washington Redskins.
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- Memorial Stadium, Clemson. Opened: 1942. Capacity: 81,500. 2012 Attendance: 81,427 (15th nationally) There are only two atmospheres in the ACC that compare to the SEC's on Saturdays and Clemson Memorial Stadium is the best.
- Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech. Opened: 1965. Capacity: 65,632. 2012 Attendance: 65,632 (25th) The only building in the ACC that can give Death Valley a run for its money is in Blacksburg, Va.
- Doak Campbell Stadium, Florida State. Opened: 1950. Capacity: 82,300. 2012 Attendance: 75,601 (19th)
- Kenan Memorial Stadium, North Carolina. Opened: 1927. Capacity: 62,980. 2012 Attendance: 50,286 (38th) One of the most picturesque places to watch a football game, Kenan Stadium was named after dairy farmer and 1894 UNC graduate William Kenan.
May 27, 2022 · In total, there are 14 football stadiums in the ACC, one for each team. Seven of the 14 can hold 60,000 or more fans, while two are also home to NFL teams on Sundays.
How many college football stadiums have a six-figure capacity? Crowds of 100,000-plus have become commonplace in college football thanks to extraordinary renovations and multimillion-dollar projects. In 2020, seven schools boast home stadiums that hold a six-figure capacity.