Austin Peay State University's Governors Stadium: A sinkhole has swallowed a corner section of a college football field. It started out small - about 3ft by 5ft - but crews have been forced to dig deeper to find bedrock in order to properly repair it, The Leaf-Chronicle reported. Workers discovered the hole after a construction project to replace the stadium's main building began. The 10,000-seat stadium in Clarksville opened in 1946. Sinkhole Swallows Part Of Football Field THE BIG PICTURE End Times Signs: Football, Athletics: illuminati Grand Master NOT ONLY ONE terminating the show.