Gallery: 2010 Special Editions: Reded & Big Chill

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2010 Michigan Stadium Rededication: A Renewal of Strength and Tradition<br />
Eighty-three years after the original dedication, and three years after construction began, Michigan Stadium was rededicated on September 4, 2010. Former Athletic Directors David Brandon and Bill Martin marked the occasion with a midfield ribbon cutting under a vintage B-25 bomber flyover (Pilot Joseph Toth; Co-Pilot Steve Zvbara; Ground Crew Tony Nagorsen). The new east and west structures are flanked by access towers and feature new elevated concourses, 82 suites, 3,000 indoor and outdoor club seats, and more than 650 new chairback seats. The changes raised the Big House capacity to 109,901. Michigan set an NCAA attendance record as 113,090 watched the Wolverines defeat the University of Connecticut Huskies 30-10.
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2010 Michigan Stadium Rededication: A Renewal of Strength and Tradition
Eighty-three years after the original dedication, and three years after construction began, Michigan Stadium was rededicated on September 4, 2010. Former Athletic Directors David Brandon and Bill Martin marked the occasion with a midfield ribbon cutting under a vintage B-25 bomber flyover (Pilot Joseph Toth; Co-Pilot Steve Zvbara; Ground Crew Tony Nagorsen). The new east and west structures are flanked by access...
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