Officials Want to Know Why Glass Panels Break in Stegeman Coliseum

University of Georgia officials and an Atlanta contractor are trying to figure out why four big glass panels shattered in two giant walls of glass installed at Stegeman Coliseum two years ago.

Though there were no reported injuries when one of the big panels cracked, the university installed temporary protective roofs over Coliseum entrances under the glass and blocked off pedestrian traffic from other areas where people might walk under it."">More.

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