Sonny Lubick Field at Hughes Stadium lies at the base of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, about two miles west of the main campus area and in one of the most scenic settings to be found anywhere. In 2000, permanent lighting standards were installed. Four years later, 4,400 additional seats were constructed in the north end zone, while the stadium's press box and Rams Horn levels were renovated, and 12 new luxury boxes were constructed. Finally, the installation of a FieldTurf playing surface prior to the 2006 season completed renovations. Current capacity of the facility is 32,500.
LARGEST HOME CROWDS
|6.||34,071||vs. Air Force||1997|
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