Published: September 17, 2006
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Imagine taking Oklahoma's Fan Fest — plus a little Campus Corner — and cramming every hot dog and brew into the Everest Indoor Facility in Norman.

Got a mental picture?

Well, that's what it's like at Oregon's Moshofsky Center, a $15 million practice facility that is transformed into America's largest indoor tailgate party during every Oregon home game.

"This is great," said Charles Holleman of Davenport. "We didn't know this was even here, but one of the Oregon fans grabbed us when we came in the gate and told us to check it out. It's pretty impressive, once you get inside and see it all."

On the south side of the facility, 25 televisions give the 4,000-plus fans passing through football action from across the country. In the middle, a live band — this week, Portland's Satin Love Orchestra — alternates with the Duck cheer and dance squads performing for the crowd. Tucked into each corner of the facility are inflatable throwing and kicking games for the kids.


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