Two Oklahoma City school stadiums will be flattened, rebuilt
BY SCOTT WRIGHT NewsOK.com
Monday, January 07, 2013
OKLAHOMA CITY - U.S. Grant football coach Dan Burgess was asked jokingly — at least somewhat jokingly — by a fellow coach when Oklahoma City was going to bulldoze C.B. Speegle Stadium.
The question might not have been entirely serious, but the answer is: May.
Speegle and Taft Stadium, two of the city's most historic stadiums, have become run down over the last decade or more. The current administration at Oklahoma City Public Schools, led by athletic director Keith Sinor, has worked to clean them up in their current form.
But the time has come to rebuild, in the form of a $19 million project scheduled to begin in four months.
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