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NCAA.com | May 24, 2014

Newly renovated Governors Stadium suffers sinkhole

Looks like Austin Peay will have some work to do before football season.

Governor Stadium, where Austin Peay plays its home games, had a 40-foot sinkhole appear in its north endzone on Monday.

The stadium was already undergoing reconstruction, and the athletic department's Twitter account had sent out a tweet earlier Monday announcing tours of its new club seats.

The Governors, who went winless last season, have time to get the sinkhole fixed. Their first home game comes on Sept. 13 against Chattanooga.

Fortunately, this doesn't look to be the work of the "Batman" villian Bane.

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