Posted: Aug 1, 2013 3:30 PM by Brian White
Updated: Aug 5, 2013 4:21 PM
TUCSON - Media Day for the open house of the Lowell Stevens Football Facility, a $72 million project that coach Rich Rodriguez calls a "game changer."
The end zone facility will provide upgraded premium seating and fan amenities, relocate and provide new facilities for the football program and provide new concourses cross connecting access to the east and west stadium seating sections.
Here's a view of the fresh-and-so-clean locker room:
Interactive touch screens retell Arizona football history.
The days of Arizona football's head coach crouched in a windowless office at McKale are over.
Anthony Gimino of TucsonCitizen.com described it like this:
"Second-year coach Rich Rodriguez is going to have a view of the Santa Catalina Mountains on the third floor of a football-only facility in the north end zone of Arizona Stadium, sitting amid spacious accommodations that very much look like the "game-changer" he says it will be for the program.
News 4 Tucson's Jack Korpela is live at five with the inside look into the space. You can follow him on Twitter: @JackKorpela.
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