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Saw this posted on UA's Football Facebook. For a few days ( ends Aug 11 )there's some Football gear available online..

 

Hats, shirts, etc

http://www.anacondat...gram=2013-FTBL2

 

Jerseys

http://www.anacondat...gram=2013-JRSY2

 

links dont work anymore :/

 

Here is the direct store link http://www.anacondat...t?store=ualbany hopefully that works

 

FYI - the store has been extended to tomorrow.

 

any idea when these are to shipped out? i got the order confirmation but nothing about tracking.

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Here is a link to what is likely the last album I will post before the stadium opens:

 

https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/109125479176636089044/albums/5912520819876351489

 

 

Notes on the photos:

1) Unplanted trees near the facilities building. For landscaping near the stadium?

2) New handicapped parking spaces in the SEFCU parking lot, with new sidewalks.

3) A view towards the southern end zone, as viewed from the SEFCU parking lot.

4) Exterior light poles and fixtures to be installed.

5) The rear of the stadium, with light poles installed on the walkway.

6) Sodded area of the northwest corner.

7) Sodded area of the northeast corner.

8) On the eastern side of the stadium, looking between the berm and the (hopefully) temporary bleachers.

9) View from the eastern side, towards Indian quad.

10) View of the southern endzone from the eastern side.

11) View of the main grandstand from the southeast corner.

12) View of the grandstand through the supports of the scoreboard.

13) The back of the scoreboard.

14) View of the south of the grandstand, with the impressions left from the two recently removed trailers.

15) View of the ramp (steep!!!) from the southern side of the complex.

16) View of the temporary bleachers and the flagpoles.

17) A shot of the walkway on the eastern side.

 

FYI: I noticed about eight killdeer while walking (one had previously nested on the football turf), and the area was marshy in places.

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Here is a link to what is likely the last album I will post before the stadium opens:

 

https://plus.google....520819876351489

 

 

Notes on the photos:

1) Unplanted trees near the facilities building. For landscaping near the stadium?

2) New handicapped parking spaces in the SEFCU parking lot, with new sidewalks.

3) A view towards the southern end zone, as viewed from the SEFCU parking lot.

4) Exterior light poles and fixtures to be installed.

5) The rear of the stadium, with light poles installed on the walkway.

6) Sodded area of the northwest corner.

7) Sodded area of the northeast corner.

8) On the eastern side of the stadium, looking between the berm and the (hopefully) temporary bleachers.

9) View from the eastern side, towards Indian quad.

10) View of the southern endzone from the eastern side.

11) View of the main grandstand from the southeast corner.

12) View of the grandstand through the supports of the scoreboard.

13) The back of the scoreboard.

14) View of the south of the grandstand, with the impressions left from the two recently removed trailers.

15) View of the ramp (steep!!!) from the southern side of the complex.

16) View of the temporary bleachers and the flagpoles.

17) A shot of the walkway on the eastern side.

 

FYI: I noticed about eight killdeer while walking (one had previously nested on the football turf), and the area was marshy in places.

 

That is beautiful man...bought a tear to my eye...

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