Lights installed at UM football stadium
MISSOULA (AP) — Workers have installed eight banks of lights at Washington-Grizzly Stadium, giving the University of Montana football program the ability to hold late afternoon practices or games and host night games.
The Missoulian (http://bit.ly/Ht2lut ) reports the light poles lifted into place by cranes on Thursday each holds between 18 and 22 lights facing the field. Some of the poles also have four lights that will shine into the tailgate area.
Associate athletic director Chuck Maes says the school raised private money for the $1 million project.
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