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Do all football fields run North to south?

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2010-02-16 08:29:13
2010-02-16 08:29:13

No. Ford Field in Detroit faces East and West. A field has to run North and South as mandated by the NFL Comission, but a field can be built East and West only with special consent granted by the Comission. It must first be reviewed before given consent.

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