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The place that shall not be named
With the renovations complete and the first Syracuse Orange game this Saturday, it seems like we’ve kind of sort of moved on from the Carrier Dome name without a replacement.
SU’s article celebrating the history of the Carrier Dome refuses to mention the Carrier Dome. It ends up reading like a last-minute 7th grader book report cribbed from Wikipedia.#WelcomeToOurHomeVenueBuildingStructure pic.twitter.com/T8BKWWyKt8
— Sean Keeley (@SeanKeeleyIsMe) September 23, 2020
You can’t spend over $100 million dollars on a renovation and then just call it a place or structure so what about some suggestions:
- The Stadium at the Barnes Center
- Billy Joel’s Upstate Home
- The Stadium at Turning Stone
- Brewster Boland Brockway Ball-field
- Archbold Remastered
- Simmons Stadium
- Jim Boeheim Court on Ernie Davis Legends Field at Jim Brown Stadium
- The ‘Cuse Coaster
- New York’s College Stadium
- Dome Away from Dome
- The Artist Formerly Known as the Carrier Dome
- This Doesn’t Belong to Carrier Anymore And We’re Going to Call it This Until They Agree to Walk Away From the Name – Try and Sue Us
- The House That Jim Boeheim Built
- Virginia Tech’s House of Horrors
- Remember That Time We Beat Clemson Here?
Certainly the TNIAAM commentariat has other ideas to put out there. So lend your alternate names below for the next Syracuse press release.