This is a question we heard several times over the Super Day weekend. The answer? It's going down. After the 49ers move out following the 2013-14 season and into their new $1.2 billion home in white-hot Santa Clara, according to Appeal, "Lennar Urban takes over ownership of the land from San Francisco following the 49ers' last game at the 53-year-old building and plans to take down the stadium within weeks."

So, the place that many sports icons have called home -- e.g., Willie Mays, Joe Montana, Steve Young, Jerry Rice, Willie McCovey, and Barry Bonds, just to name a few -- will get torn down. However, the land itself will, as Appeal goes on to note, "is slated to become retail space and might even house a smaller arena, which could be a potential home for the San Francisco Bulls minor league hockey team."