Ford Stadium Athletic Field
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Gerald J Ford Stadium and the Paul B. Loyd All-Sports Center mark the most significant facility additions to SMU's campus in years, possibly since Dallas Hall became SMU's first building. On September 2, 2000, the Mustangs played the first game on campus in nine years. In case you were wondering, the images for this VR were taked on September 1, 2000. The building is named for Gerald J. Ford, a 1966 SMU graduate and a 1969 SMU Law graduate. Ford , a Texas panhandle native, now is the CEO, Chairman of the Board and a principal shareholder of a west coast bank. He donated $20 million toward the stadium that now bears his name. To answer a common question, Gerald J. Ford was never president of the United States of America. Gerald R. Ford followed Richard Nixon and preceded Jimmy Carter in that role. Incidentally, the "J." stands for Joseph.