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Tucker Stadium

Tucker Stadium
Location One William L. Jones Drive
Cookeville, TN 38501
Owner Tennessee Technological University
Operator Tennessee Technological University
Capacity 16,500
Surface Stadia Turf
Opened 1966
Tennessee Technological University Golden Eagles (NCAA) (1966–present)

Tucker Stadium, named for former head coach, Wilburn Tucker (1920–1980),[1] is a 16,500-seat multi-purpose stadium in Cookeville, Tennessee. It is home to the Tennessee Technological University Golden Eagles football team. In 2009, Tucker Stadium became home to the BlueCross Bowl, the state championship high school football games for the TSSAA.


  1. ^ Cookeville Herald-Citizen, 7 & 8 Oct 1980

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  • Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles - Tucker Stadium

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