Facility Friday: Mizzou South End Zone, Rutgers Locker Room and More

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The University of Missouri unveiled its new $98 million South End Zone facility this week as football players report to training camp. The facility, designed by Populous, will house the school’s football operations, and includes new team locker rooms, enhanced sports medicine facilities, meeting rooms, nutrition and equipment areas, and a weight room that doubles the size of the one located at the Mizzou Athletics Training Complex. — MUTigers.com

Texas Christian University’s planned expansion of Amon G. Carter Stadium Gill won’t be ready for the upcoming football season, AD Jeremiah Donati announced on Twitter. The Dallas News reports that inclement weather is being blamed as causing the delay. Once complete, the project will expand the stadium’s seating capacity to about 47,000. But for now, the project remains under construction. 

Rutgers University unveiled a new football locker room this week. The $4 million project will be known as the Brown Family Locker Room. Specific details on the facility weren’t released. — 247Sports.com 

West Virginia University’s board of governors approved construction plans for three different facility projects this week for the sum of $176 million. The projects include both academic and athletic buildings, with $41 million set aside for the next two phases of upgrades to the Milan Puskar Center, home to the school’s football program. The project will renovate and expand the facility, with planned upgrades including a new team locker room, a Hall of Traditions, offices, a player lounge, a recovery suite and team meeting rooms. — WVUToday.WVU.edu  

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