Northwestern University is hoping to turn its next stadium into a money-making venture beyond just football games, and it seems one plan to accomplish that goal has gotten major pushback from locals in Evanston.

Northwestern’s current stadium, Ryan Field, has served as the home for many memorable moments in the school’s athletic history. However, the venue with a 47,000-person capacity is decades removed from its prime after opening nearly 100 years ago.

With college sports being a massive source of income for universities, it’s unsurprising that Northwestern has plans in place for a major upgrade with a privately funded arena in Evanston. However, the school is pursuing a notable adjustment to plans for the $800 million venue that has wrangled many locals.