November 21st, 2019 | by CollegeAD

The University of Hawaii and San Diego State aren’t just competitors on the football field Saturday, when they meet for the Mountain West Conference West Division championship. They are also waiting to see which of their home stadiums, both touted as game-changers for their athletic departments, will rise off the drawing board and into successful operation first. The MWC is in the midst of an unprecedented boom in stadium building that could see four new facilities open in a seven-year period, including downsized replacements for 50,000-seat Aloha Stadium and the 70,561-seat San Diego County Credit Union Stadium. Meanwhile, San Diego State and the State of Hawaii have announced timelines to open their facilities in 2022 and ‘23, and are taking different paths to get there. -Ferd Lewis, Tribune News Service. Read More.

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