A Shovel-ready Project At A Minnesota Football Stadium04:30
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Workers clear snow from TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. (AP)
Workers clear snow from TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. (AP)

When the roof of the Minnesota Vikings' Metrodome collapsed due to heavy snow last week, the NFL team had to quickly figure out where to play their upcoming games.  On Monday, they're hoping to play at the University of Minnesota's outdoor stadium.

But because of recent winter storms there, the field is now covered in snow. Stadium officials are welcoming fans with shovels, and paying them $10 per hour to clear the snow. Paul Levy of the Minneapolis Star Tribune joins us with the latest on the Vikings' search for a stadium.

This segment aired on December 16, 2010.

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