All roads led to Commonwealth Stadium on Sept. 15, 1973, for the first game at the new home of the Wildcats. The stadium was built on what was once part of the UK Experimental Station Farm Grounds. The stadium had a capacity of 57,800 and cost $12 million to build — a tenth of the cost for the latest renovation. Kentucky got a big halftime lead then held off Virginia Tech 31-26.
All roads led to Commonwealth Stadium on Sept. 15, 1973, for the first game at the new home of the Wildcats. The stadium was built on what was once part of the UK Experimental Station Farm Grounds. The stadium had a capacity of 57,800 and cost $12 million to build — a tenth of the cost for the latest renovation. Kentucky got a big halftime lead then held off Virginia Tech 31-26. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
All roads led to Commonwealth Stadium on Sept. 15, 1973, for the first game at the new home of the Wildcats. The stadium was built on what was once part of the UK Experimental Station Farm Grounds. The stadium had a capacity of 57,800 and cost $12 million to build — a tenth of the cost for the latest renovation. Kentucky got a big halftime lead then held off Virginia Tech 31-26. LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

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