The decision to move the reinforced concrete stands at Texas Technological College's football stadium 226 feet eastward as a part of an expansion program jolted many a Monday morning quarterback. Procedure for moving a section began with laying three sets of tracks. The tracks ran all the way from the original site to the new site. Big steel beams were installed lengthwise under the section and directly over the track. After they were leveled, more steel beams were installed resting on the main runs and reaching across the section at right angles to the main runs. The "shoes" were then placed. On the day of the move, a small winch truck with a five-eighths inch cable pulled the section over the hundreds of 2 inch rollers between the shoes and the double track. The whole stadium was moved in 10 days this way.