The newest renovation project in LSU athletics has been completed.
Inside LSU's new Football Operations and Performance Nutrition Center, Tiger fans got a look inside the team's new locker room on Sunday night.
Except there's a spin on the traditional locker.
Setting The Standard pic.twitter.com/d7QUJfKL6M— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) July 22, 2019
Designers and team management explained that they opted for a room with dedicated space for each player that looks more like a first class pod on an airplane.
Each pod has a chair that folds out into a bed, storage space, an iPad holder to watch film and more.
The athletic department released a look inside its Football Operations and Performance Nutrition Center in multiple videos on Twitter Sunday afternoon.
Everything you need in one building. The best of the best. pic.twitter.com/9fECMV15ri— LSU Football (@LSUfootball) July 21, 2019
The nearly $28 million project, paid for with private donations to the athletic department, includes the addition of nearly 25,000 square feet, with a new training room, offices, locker room, players lounge and cafeteria.
The renovation takes the place of the old center, which opened in 2005.
LSU announced Friday that there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new facility at noon July 24.
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