School officials shut down $60 million football stadium

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ALLEN, Texas (KDAF)  – A massive $60 million football stadium is not going to be used this year.

Allen ISD’s stadium will not have any fans or touchdowns next season.

According to KDAF, the stadium has been plagued with problems.

Cracks in the concrete forced school officials to call off the home football schedule.

Officials say it will cost about $2 million to repair the stadium but the school district says they will not pay a cent of the cost.

They say the construction companies are responsible.

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