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New $61M Washington State Football Training Center Aims To Compete With Pac-12 Rivals
Published June 5, 2014
NOT TOO SHABBY: In Seattle, Bud Withers wrote the new facility is one "you wouldn’t call opulent." Withers: "Opulent is Oregon, with its German-built lockers and Ferrari-grade leather seats. Nor would I call WSU’s purchase spectacular; that’s the view from the new Washington football offices toward Lake Washington." But WSU unveiled a facility that is "well-appointed, tasteful and without question a place of which it can be proud." As Moos "tells it, it’s the next logical step in pushing WSU’s football profile back to prominence" (SEATTLE TIMES, 6/4).