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Photos: Public gets first look at football operations


Photos by Robert Hubner, WSU Photo Services

PULLMAN, Wash. – The news media and the public took a tour of the new football operations building at Washington State University on Tuesday.

4The $61 million facility houses players’ lockers; equipment, weight and training rooms; meeting rooms; a theater for viewing films; coaches’ offices and a gallery area of Cougar heritage and memorabilia.

The improvements are expected to help WSU with player recruitment, conditioning and training and raise the university’s status as a Pac-12 competitor. The building will be in use for the upcoming season.

Learn more at http://cpd.wsu.edu/CapitalProjects/MartinStadium/ProjectDetails.aspx?Value=8 and http://thecougarfootballproject.org/.

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