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Oklahoma Athletics | August 16, 2017

Inside look at Oklahoma's new 132,000-square-foot football complex

  Oklahoma unveiled its new 132,000-square-foot football complex this week.

NORMAN — It's where we work, where we train, where we meet and where we recover. This is home.

Take a room-by-room tour of OU's brand new, state-of-the-art 132,000-square-foot football complex.

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Locker room:

OU's massive new locker room, built in the shape of a football, includes over 100 lockers featuring personalized graphics for every individual player, as well as a place for alumni who return home.

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Speed & strength complex:

The 32,582-square-foot strength and speed complex is triple the size of OU's former weight room and features a 70-yard indoor turfed speed and agility training area.

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Cold plunge: 

Complete with a cascading waterfall, OU's new cold plunge may look like a pool, but don't be fooled ... the water temperature is kept around 54 degrees for recovery and performance enhancement.

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Red room:

The new team meeting room is an expanded version of the old one and is dressed up with graphics utilizing the infinity pattern that is a signature throughout the new facility.

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Sports medicine:

The state-of-the-art athletic training room also grew substantially to nearly 10,000 square feet.

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