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NCAA.com | August 13, 2014

MSU unveils Dudy Noble Field plans

Mississippi State unveiled plans on Tuesday for a $40 million project that will renovate and improve the baseball team's home, Dudy Noble Field.

From the release on hailstate.com:

"The Dudy Noble Field Master Plan calls for a new double-tiered grandstand with chairback seating, an elevated concourse that encircles the playing field and allows a constant view of the game action, welcoming entry plazas, spacious restrooms, concessions, a kids' play area, berm seating, upgraded field lighting, HD video board, digital ribbon signage, team areas [clubhouse, training room, equipment room, coaches' offices, etc.] and dramatically improved aesthetics."

Check out the renderings of the plan below.

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