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Mark Aumann | NCAA.com | November 21, 2015

Watch: Fenway Park's football transformation

  Fenway Park becomes a football field in this time-lapse video.

What does it take to switch venerable Fenway Park from a baseball to a football configuration?

Watch this time-lapse video to see the transformation take place:

Fenway Park is the oldest active major league stadium in the country, having opened in 1912, just six days after the sinking of the Titanic. It last hosted a football game in 1968, when the American Football League's Boston Patriots played the Cincinnati Bengals.

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