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Auburn80
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Member since Nov 2017
2121 posts

What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
For Auburn it's easily Haley Center. Bland and wrong color of brick. Eagles Nest on top used to be cool until they closed it after a few jumpers.

Image: https://www.auburn.edu/administration/facilities/images/buildings/AA_V0401_1.jpg


tigerinridgeland
LSU Fan
Mississippi
Member since Aug 2006
7310 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
Middleton Library and Lockett Hall.


GeorgeWest
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2013
8317 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
Middleton and Lockett are BOTH scheduled for replacement and demolition, thank God.


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CapstoneGrad06
Alabama Fan
Member since Nov 2008
64026 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
Coleman


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PlateJohnsonIII
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Feb 2020
3198 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
I would replace Lee’s bust.
The name “Lee Hall” is fine to me, as he was MSU’s first president.
However, due to his confederate past I don’t think he deserves a bust. I’d rather a less controversial monument take his place.


scionofadrunk
Tennessee Fan
Williamson County, TN
Member since Mar 2020
1961 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus


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Poker Dough
Auburn Fan
Atlanta
Member since Jan 2018
3251 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
Gus' office


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Tolbert1906
Florida Fan
Member since Aug 2009
1694 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
Turlington Hall at UF is an eyesore. It sucks because it's right in the center of campus, directly across the street from the iconic Century Tower.

Image: https://i.pinimg.com/originals/51/15/9e/51159edf49befb5e0cb1cb57c60f700f.jpg


buckfammer
Auburn Fan
Auburn, AL
Member since Dec 2019
517 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
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I would replace Lee’s bust.


You’re right, let’s replace it with a statue of Ron Paul taking a shite on Obama.


BowlJackson
UAB Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Sep 2013
45422 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
I wouldn't be mad if they went ahead and knocked down Beard Eaves
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PlateJohnsonIII
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Feb 2020
3198 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
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let’s replace it with a statue of Ron Paul taking a shite on Obama.


Neither of those individuals have a connection to MSU you weirdo.


hilltophog
Arkansas Fan
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Member since Sep 2016
1467 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
This would be sacrilege to the majority of our fans but...

Image: https://wehco.media.clients.ellingtoncms.com/img/photos/2019/09/11/IMG_0392_t600.jpg


It is outdated and the upkeep is too expensive. It's slightly too big for the events it hosts as well (gymnastics and volleyball) albeit we do draw an occasional big crowd there:

Image: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EXcWHl9XYAI7nc8?format=jpg


I think we would be better served to demolish Barnhill and replace it with a smaller but updated women's athletic facility. Make capacity around 7k instead of 10k. Include an updated training facility and focus on athlete amenities. Also make it to where women's basketball can play there as well. We can always play in Bud Walton if we need to host a WNIT game or a big conference matchup with bigger crowds. However, I think for the majority of the games the smaller crowds would have a bigger impact in a 7k arena vs the 19k Bud Walton.


East Coast Band
Alabama Fan
Member since Nov 2010
45070 posts

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buckfammer
Auburn Fan
Auburn, AL
Member since Dec 2019
517 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
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Neither of those individuals have a connection to MSU you weirdo.


Who cares. Nobody gives a flying frick about your SJW trash.


TheeRealCarolina
South Carolina Fan
Member since Aug 2018
8510 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
The Humanities Building at USC. I don’t even remember if we had a name for it, but that’s what it was called and it was a pointless den of liberal bullshitetery.


SCLibertarian
South Carolina Fan
Conway, South Carolina
Member since Aug 2013
22468 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
It's the Welsh Humanities Building. It and the Jones Physical Science Center are both hideous.


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Fatboy22
Mississippi St. Fan
Birmingham AL
Member since Aug 2018
802 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
Any State fan worth his salt knows the answer to this question is Dorman Hall. Terrible building.


Daigeaux
LSU Fan
Mountains of East Tennessee
Member since Jul 2005
5147 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
Bruh...
You believe twenty lies a day...lol
I think it’s more like nobody gives a flying frick about your opinions...


WRhodesTider
Alabama Fan
Birmingham, Al
Member since Nov 2005
667 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
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For Alabama, first choice is the law school building



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Second choice is the 15 sided biology building


Nope, Tutwiler is the first and it's coming down as soon as its replacement is completed. Don't think that the law school or biology buildings are that bad. Biology is being renovated.



InGAButLoveBama
Member since Jan 2018
924 posts

re: What's the one building you would get rid of on your campus
Actually, that pic of the Biology building is the rendering of the renovated building. Here is a pic of the unrenovated building.

Image: https://www.ua.edu/img/map/1034.jpg


Notice that the renovated building in the rendering pic has completely different windows than this unrenovated one above. Also, it will become a Math Dept building once comnpleted. Biology will now be fully in the Science and Engineering complex
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