Lindenwood University Striped Turf

  In this June 22, 2012 photo, workers align and stretch the sections of artificial field surface to prep them for the glue process at the football field at Lindenwood University's Belleville, Ill., campus. The university is making its leap into college football this fall and has tackled how to make its program instantly unique with a new turf of alternating maroon and gray stripes that's drawing some ridicule. The Lynx's new field is part of a $2.3 million stadium renovation and makes the NAIA program among just a few college football schools nationwide with turf that's a departure from the traditional green. (AP Photo/Belleville News-Democrat, Tim Vizer)
In this June 22, 2012 photo, workers align and stretch the sections of artificial field surface to prep them for the glue process at the football field at Lindenwood University's Belleville, Ill., campus. The university is making its leap into college football this fall and has tackled how to make its program instantly unique with a new turf of alternating maroon and gray stripes that's drawing some ridicule. The Lynx's new field is part of a $2.3 million stadium renovation and makes the NAIA program among just a few college football schools nationwide with turf that's a departure from the traditional green. (AP Photo/Belleville News-Democrat, Tim Vizer)

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