Posts tagged: red turf
Former Eastern Washington University all-American Michael Roos didn't have to wait long for the $500,000 investment he made in his alma mater's Red Turf Project to pay off.
You can read what Roos had to say about Eastern's magical run to Friday's championship game of this year's Football Championship Subdivision playoffs in this story that ran in Tuesday morning' s S-R. I've also included this link to the list of former EWU players planning to join Roos and his wife, Katherine, at title game in Frisco, Texas.
And check back for links to more stories leading up to the championship game.
Eastern Washington practiced on the new red artificial turn in soon-to-be-renamed Woodward Field on Friday, and The Spokesman-Review will run a story on the reactions of players and coaches — complete with photographs, the Eagles’ two-deep roster and the 2009 schedule — as the sports section’s centerpiece in Sunday morning’s editions.
Until then, you can read what EWU’s sports information department posted about the practice, here.
Eastern Washington University has its webcam up and running at its stadium so fans can watch the progress of the red-turf project.
Here is the link.
Former Eastern Washignton University all-American offensive tackle Michael Roos and his wife, Katherine, were on had at Woodward Field on Saturday to take part in “turf-breaking” ceremonies for the school’s Red Turf Project.
The project is expected to be completed in time for the Eagles to debut their artificial red plahying surface on Sept. 18, when they host Big Sky rival Montana in what will then be named Roos Field.
Read the story here.