Massive Sink Hole Opens Up at NCAA Football Stadium

Here's a view of this massive sinkhole at Austin Peay! Check it out! Don't worry- no injuries. @WSMV (Twitter / @AmberUngaroWSMV)
Here’s a view of this massive sinkhole at Austin Peay! Check it out! Don’t worry- no injuries. @WSMV (Twitter / @AmberUngaroWSMV)

Be very, very careful where you throw a touchdown pass if you happen to be playing football at this stadium anytime soon. You might just wind up in the end-of-the-earth zone.

A massive sinkhole has just opened up in the northwestern corner of Governors Stadium, the home field of the Austin Peay Governors, the football team from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tenn.

No one was injured and heavy equipment was on the scene.

There is no word yet whether the sinkhole was created by natural or human causes. Sinkholes are a natural occurrence in areas with soluble bedrock like limestone, and Tennessee is in such a zone.

But scientists also say that sinkholes can be caused by human construction activities like tunneling, mining or anything that disturbs the subterranean water flow.

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