From Terry Foster of The Detroit News
He says that Central Michigan was looking to add 20,000 temporary seats, but it will be too expensive. Instead, they're adding 1,000 temporary suites and 3,000 seats to boost Kelly-Shorts Stadium's capacity to 34,000 for the game.
It's a smart move, trying to maximize the amount of people that come to Mt. Pleasant for perhaps the city's biggest game ever. (Note: I'm not sure why the story lists Spartan Stadium's capacity at 72,000. That's 3,005 short).