The Finley Stadium Board looks for ways to boost its income.
That's despite the Mocs' first home game that drew a good turnout to the stadium last week, and they hope for more this week with Applachian State.
The Chattanooga F-C also draws good crowds every year.
But the stadium is 15 years old now and in need of some repairs.
The county still pays toward its upkeep, but the city of Chattanooga has withheld some 60-thousand dollars in support.
Brian Patten, Chairman\Finley Stadium Board
"Very challenging opportunity that we don't have a clear answer to, is to have an entertainment venue.... in the stadium itself and you could tell from the board meeting it has to be really big, or not at all..my own advocacy is..we need to crawl before we walk."
Finley has ended in the black the previous two years.
The board is actively seeking new entertainment events for Finley Stadium.