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Thursday, April 21, 2005; Page PG34

Byrd Stadium

University of Maryland

College Park 20742

301-314-7095

umterps.ocsn.com/facilities/md-byrd-stadium-football.html

Byrd Stadium, at the northern end of the campus of the University of Maryland, College Park, is home to the Terps football and men's lacrosse teams. Opened in 1950, the stadium has undergone several renovations that have added restrooms, bleachers, a press box and a large upper deck. The stadium now seats more than 51,500.

Comcast Center

University of Maryland

College Park 20742

301-314-7126

umterps.ocsn.com/facilities/md-comcast-center.html

The Comcast Center, opened in 2002, is home to Maryland's championship-winning men's basketball team. It has a seating capacity of 17,950 for basketball, special university and community events. It also plays host to annual Midnight Madness celebration. The center houses the Maryland athletics administration offices and the Academic Support Center.

DC Armory

2001 East Capitol St. SE

Washington 20003

202-547-9077

Fax: 202-547-7460

comments@dcarmory.com

Events that take place here include circuses, formal dances, trade shows and sporting events, including horse races.

FedEx Field

1600 FedEx Way

Landover 20785

301-276-6000

www.redskins.com/fedexfield


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