At the very top of the stadium sat the main "building" which housed the press box and broadcasters, as well as all concessions, bathrooms and services. It was basically the worst seat in the house because it was the furthest away from the action that you could get in the whole stadium. It was however... air conditioned. The Oklahoma City sun can be rather strong and warm in the summer and you were basically sitting in the middle of a concrete bowl, meaning if you didn't have sunblock, you would come out of the game either baked or fried (All-Sports Stadium's idea of low country cooking). If you were towards the front however... you didn't necessarily want to brave 32 rows of stairs to get to the only shady spot in the stadium.