Opened in 1969. One of the most unique venues in college football, there is a gray turf surrounded by an Olympic-sized track. Rynearson Stadium is set up for a capacity of 30,200 with the ability to expand for larger crowds. The stadium originally held 15,500, but additional seating and lighting were added in 1974 when the now-defunct Detroit Wheels used the facility for their World Football League games. "The Factory" is currently under construction included a brand new state of the art digital scoreboard that will sit on top of a new south endzone locker room, team room, weightroom, and meeting rooms specifically for football.