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Kenan plans get OK


Following on the heels of a $1.86 million annual contract for new coach Butch Davis, the North Carolina football program won approval of a $75 million expansion at Kenan Stadium. On Monday night, the Chapel Hill Town Council approved changes to UNC's campus development plan, including a project that would add more than 8,800 seats to the 60,000-seat stadium. New box seats and the final leg of a concourse on the eastern end of the stadium will displace the Spanish revival fieldhouse near the Rams Head Plaza. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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