The Minnesota Vikings have played their final game in the Metrodome as they begin the transition to their new home.
Former Quarterback and Sioux Falls Native Neil Graff was invited to the Dome's farewell ceremonies, but he didn't go because he had family members over for the holidays. He looks forward to the new home, and even though he never played in the Metrodome, he still has memories from the stadium's long history.
“It's kind of a bitter sweet day. Lots of memories as we can all recount, 32 years of up's and downs, some really good times, some pretty bad times, bad events have occurred at the Metrodome, but I think everybody looks forward in anticipation to the new stadium,” Graff said.
Graff hopes the Vikings will have a more competitive team by the time they move into their new stadium.