Rhody Improvements

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Rhody Improvements

Post by bluehenbillk » Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:18 am

http://www.independentri.com/sports/art ... 4de3b.html

Fleming also offered an update on Meade Stadium improvements, which he said are on track.

“Absolutely thrilled that I’m having to deal with an alternate spot for the spring game, if in fact we’re ripping up the grass in Meade, because that thing is full speed ahead,” Fleming said. “I understand everything is right on track and the good people at the University of Rhode Island who are responsible for driving this thing are just clicking things right off. We will, God willing, be playing Delaware under the lights the second week of the season.”
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