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November 25, 2013 8:12 PM

Mark Story: Shrinking Commonwealth Stadium is a smart move

Spending $110 million on a Commonwealth Stadium renovation to reduce the number of seats from 67,000 to 61,000 runs against the modern UK history of bigger is better in its sports venues. But in the long run, a full stadium with more demand for tickets is the way to go for Kentucky.

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