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Amon G. Carter Stadium

Opened: 1930

Renovated: 2012

Capacity: 45,000

Field Name: Moncrief Field

Playing Surface: Natural grass

The Horned Frogs opened the 2012 season in a new version of an old stadium, following completion of a $164 million renovation project that included new stands on the west side and north end in 2011, as well as a new press box.

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Memorial Stadium

Opened: 1921

Renovated: 1999

Capacity: 50,072

Field name: Kivisto Field

Playing surface: Artificial turf

Memorial Stadium saw its last major renovation in 1999, when a two-year, $26 million project added a new press box and locker room facilities, and the current scoreboard and videoboard.

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Bill Snyder Family Stadium

Opened: 1968

Renovated: 2013

Capacity: 50,000

Field name: Wagner Field

Playing surface: Artificial turf

Renamed in honor of legendary coach Bill Snyder in 2005, KSU’s stadium is in the middle of an ongoing six-phase plan that will update and upgrade all areas. The $75 million West Stadium complex opened last year.

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Milan Puskar Stadium

Opened: 1980

Capacity: 60,000

Renovated: 2014

Field name: Mountaineer Field

Playing surface: Artificial turf

A $106 million athletic facility improvements project this spring upgraded the stadium’s east, west, north and south concourses, restrooms, entrance gates and concessions area.

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Boone Pickens Stadium

Opened: 1919

Capacity: 60,218

Renovated: 2009

Field Name: Lewis Field

Playing surface: Artificial turf

Its namesake donated $165 million to OSU, funding a complete renovation of the former Lewis Field into one of the most modern stadiums in the country. Baylor’s loss in Stillwater last fall was the largest crowd ever to watch a game in the Big 12’s oldest stadium.

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Jones AT&T Stadium

Opened: 1947

Capacity: 60,454

Renovated: 2013

Field name: N/A

Playing surface: Artificial turf

Texas Tech has spent more than $135 million to renovate Jones AT&T Stadium since 2003, including expansion to its current capacity. Its latest phase included the addition of a new sound system and upgraded 38-by-100-foot videoboard to the north end zone at a cost of more than $11 million.

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Gaylor Family-Memorial Stadium

Opened: 1923

Capacity: 82,112

Renovated: 2009

Field Name: Owen Field

Playing surface: Natural grass

OU Regents in June approved a $370 million renovation project for the stadium, but it won’t increase capacity much, if any. The open south end of the stadium would be enclosed and new luxury suites will be added to a new press box facility on the west side. OU has sold out 92 straight games.

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Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium

Opened: 1924

Capacity: 100,019

Renovated: 2009

Field name: Joe Jamail Field

Playing surface: Artificial turf

The Big 12’s largest stadium was last expanded in 2009, when almost 7,000 seats were added to the south end zone area. It was part of a multi-year renovation that began in 2006. Baylor beat Texas 28-10 in the first game ever played at Texas Memorial Stadium, on Nov. 8, 1924.

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Jack Trice Stadium

Opened: 1975

Capacity: 56,800

Renovated: 2011

Field name: N/A

Playing surface: Natural grass

The only Football Bowl Subdivision stadium named after an African-American former player, Jack Trice died from injuries received in a varsity game in 1923. The massive, state-of-the-art video scoreboard on the north side of the stadium was introduced in 2011.

Source: University athletic depts.

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