Sep 7, 2013; Nashville, TN, USA; Austin Peay Governors quarterback Andrew Spivey (9) pitches to running back Tim Phillips (5) against the Vanderbilt Commodores during the first half at Vanderbilt Stadium. The Commodores beat the Governors 38-3. Mandatory Credit: Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

Giant sinkhole opens up at Austin Peay's football stadium (Photos)


In Clarksville, Tennessee on Monday at the football stadium that is home to Austin Peay University, there was a rather scary happening that took place as a giant sinkhole opened up on the sight.


As of right now, thankfully, there are no injuries that are being reported and that’s a miracle considering the size of that hole and the fact that you would think there’s generally a lot of people that use the stadium for activities, especially with that track that wraps around the field.

Here’s a snippet from the report of Newschannel5.com in Tennessee on the incident.

40-foot sinkhole has opened up on the football field at Austin Peay State University.

The sinkhole opened up near where crews were doing construction at Governors Stadium.

No injuries were reported.

It was unclear when and how the sinkhole would be repaired.

Hopefully they can get that patched up as soon as possible, although that might take a while.

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