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Adam Hermann | NCAA.com | August 4, 2017

Texas reacts to new locker room for the first time

  Texas' new locker room features 43-inch monitors over each stall and an entirely new design.

The last time we checked in on the football team's locker room at the University of Texas, back in April, we were treated to a sneak peak of what was to come.

Of course, things were still under construction back then. There was still plenty left unseen.

On Wednesday, with the regular season exactly a month away, Texas finally let its players experience the newly revamped locker room firsthand:

After the tour, plenty of Longhorns chimed in on social media with their thoughts on the new digs.

They seemed... pretty excited.

New head coach Tom Herman was the one to open the doors and lead the players into the locker room. Herman joined the Longhorns this past November after two successful seasons with Houston.

Texas will put the locker rooms to use on Sept. 2, when they host the University of Maryland for their first home game of the season.

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