U of M plans to improve next game day at TCF Stadium

     In response to complaints regarding the new stadium, the U of M is making changes intended to improve the experience for fans at the Saturday match.
     The Star Tribune reported that the university is increasing concession staff, reworking the shuttle system and opening doors a half-hour earlier for round two.
     Joel Maturi, the U of M athletic director, told KARE 11, "The things that we did went extremely well. But we had some challenges, and I think we learned from it." Such challenges from the first game included massive traffic jams, backups at the food vendors, difficulty hearing in the stadium and unsolicited noise in surrounding areas.
    The Gophers will be playing the California Golden Bears on Saturday at 11a.m.. To view a media tour of the TCF Stadium, hosted by head coach Tim Brewster, click here.  


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