Oregon Football Shows off Amazing New Football Performance Center
Oregon football moved into its new Football Performance Center on Monday and shared some photos of the awesome new facility. The performance center is part of the Autzen Stadium Complex and has 145,000 square feet of space for the football program. According to The Register-Guard, Oregon spent $68 million on the new facility.
Some of the mind-blowing features include:
A lobby with a TV wall that has 64 total 55-inch televisions.
A row showing off the history of Oregon's uniforms.
A dinning room and kitchen that reminds players to "eat your enemies."
A locker room with sliding door lockers.
A barber shop that will offer haircuts at "student rates."
TVs in the mirrors of the coaches' locker room.
The office of head coach Mark Helfrich has windows that look over the practice fields, but with the touch of a shade button the windows can be darkened for film watching.
A player lounge with six gaming stations, a pool table and two foosball tables.
A new weight room that features a 40-yard electronic track lane.
You can check out the full gallery below.
A full (mobile friendly) gallery is available at GoDucks.com.
All photos courtesy of GoDucks.com.
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