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The turf at Levi’s Stadium is still having issues. 

By SI Wire
October 18, 2015

The turf at Levi’s Stadium has come under much scrutiny this season, and it appears to still be giving players issues. 

Last season, the team replaced a 100-yard stretch of the field, which cost $1.4 million. The playing surface at Levi’s Stadium is especially important this season, as the stadium will be hosting Super Bowl 50 in February.

The 49ers re-sodded the grass again before this season, and planned to do so six times before the Super Bowl. 

On Sunday, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker experienced an issue with a soft spot in the field, almost creating a hole in the turf with his plant leg during a field goal. Tucker slipped and fell after the kick, and missed the field goal. 

Watch the video of Tucker’s kick here.

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