Sep 9, 2016 4:25 PM
DURHAM — Excitement is building at University of New Hampshire's Wildcat stadium in Durham as the football team prepares for their home opener Saturday night.
The $25 million stadium almost doubles seating capacity and has been long-awaited by students and fans.
The Wildcats have gone to the (NCAA) playoffs for 12 straight years.
Kickoff against Holy Cross is at 7 p.m. UNH is coming off a 31-0 loss against San Diego State University, a FBS school.
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