Published January 22, 2011 - 9:45amNEW: Follow on facebook -
Tennessee and Arkansas are upgrading their football facilities, and they will look sweet when they are finally done. Both will be a huge draw for prospects in the future.
Arkansas’ new facility would include new coaches offices, locker rooms, training rooms, meeting rooms, lounges, study area and football museum. It will take an estimated $35 million to finalize, and the construction will be in process for 18 months. The project should get under way in 2011.
The following photos are courtesy of ArkansasRazorbacks.com
Tennessee will also have new facilities after the upgrade is completed in summer of 2012, and work is set to start in spring 2011. Tennessee has been upgrading for a few years at Neyland Stadium, and the upgrades look great.
Included in the revamping is a 145,000 square football Football Training Center, and it will house the day-to-day operations for Tennessee football. You can see a video on the upgrades here. The new building will contain team meeting rooms, coaches offices, players’ lounge, a 7,000 square foot locker room, training room and multi-level weight room.