IU plans to enclose South End Zone

Memorial Stadium is getting another upgrade in the near future, Kevin Wilson said Wednesday. Get the details here.

Indiana's Memorial Stadium could be getting an upgrade in the near future.

The school plans to enclose the south side of the stadium, Indiana football coach Kevin Wilson said Wednesday night on his weekly radio show. The school completed the north end zone project in 2009.

According to Wilson, Indiana will add a cafeteria in the new south end zone and will allow the Hoosiers to expand their locker room. The team currently uses the Hoosier Room, located in the north end zone, as a cafeteria.

The north end zone project is not expected to significantly change the seating capacity for the stadium. Memorial Stadium can currently seat 52,929.

"It's amazing, the resources we're putting into athletics," Wilson said on his radio show. "The set-up is maybe as good as anyone's, but in the arms race you never have enough money. Our place is awesome, but we've got to keep reinvesting."

We will have more on this story when more details are released.

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