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Vikings to pay for upgrades at TCF Bank Stadium in 2014-15

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04:59 PM ET 05.09 | The Minnesota Vikings will use TCF Bank Stadium for at least two years while their new stadium is being constructed. In an agreement with the University of Minnesota, the Vikings will reimburse the school with approximately $300,000 per game and a potential maximum of $3 million per season, plus whatever costs are incurred from potential stadium improvements and game-day operations. The Vikings will use the stadium in 2014 and 2015 and possibly up to two more if possible.

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, Matthew Stockman Matthew Stockman
May 9, 2013  06:35 PM ET

Sounds like a sweet deal for the Gophers. It's a nice college stadium that should benefit from the Vikings NFL improvements.

May 10, 2013  09:55 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Sounds like a sweet deal for the Gophers. It's a nice college stadium that should benefit from the Vikings NFL improvements.

Minnie! Minnie! Ha! Ha! Ha! Gooooooo Gophers!

Great news, indeed.

 
May 10, 2013  10:38 AM ET

For the record, I like the Killer Gs. I do not believe there's a better underdog in the BCS conferences. I want to see the Gophers play the Badgers in Frankfurt, Germany to open a season, and I want the Gophers to be competitive for the game. The best future is one in which the Gophers have the ability to beat any B1G team on any Saturday. So let it be written. So let it be done!

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