The Minnesota Vikings offense is backed up against the end zone during a 1997 game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Tampa Stadium, which was renamed Houlihan's Stadium by Bucs owner Malcolm Glazer.
The facility originally cost $4.6 million and was dedicated at a Nov. 4, 1967, game between the University of Tampa and the University of Tennessee. Later, the University of Tampa program would die and the stadium would become home to the NFL's Buccaneers. A $13-million expansion in 1975 rounded out the end zone seating areas, and the stadium played host to two Super Bowls.
A new stadium for the Bucs opened next door in September 1998, and Houlihan's was demolished. Check out panoramic photos of the early construction and of a nearly complete Raymond James Stadium.