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Anthony Chiusano | NCAA.com | August 8, 2016

Clemson lays out plans for new Football Operations Complex

  Clemson's new Football Operations Complex is set to open in 2017.

It's a good time to be a Clemson Tiger.

Coming off an ACC title and National Championship appearance in 2015 and having been ranked No. 2 in the USA Today 2016 preseason coaches poll, Clemson has justified its use of the moniker “best is the standard.” And this extends to its facilities.

Clemson announced that the program will unveil a new Football Operations Complex in 2017, via a video “speed tour” of the already-under-construction facility next to the Tigers’ practice field.

The video tour opens with a peek at a Death Valley Hill replica and continues to display numerous areas where players can train, recover and entertain themselves.

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Among the intriguing spaces being worked on includes a golf simulator, bowling alley, barber shop, nap room and outdoor Whiffle Ball field. Not to mention, it also includes plans for the “largest football-only weight room in the nation.”

Check out all the planned amenities in the video above.

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