The $24 million end zone construction project in the works at Michigan State University holds promise for recruitment efforts across Spartan athletics. The expansion, school officials say, will result in a building that serves as a gathering place for future Spartans in all 25 MSU sports, and is slated for completion in late July and early August.
According to excerpts from the article:
"The Spartans’ locker room will move from the west side of the tunnel to the east side, where the visitors locker room previously was. The reason is so MSU’s coaches and players will have a direct path to the second-floor recruiting room and engagement center….
"That is the real gem of the facility. When completed, the room will seat about 140 banquet-style … and there will be three 90-inch TVs and a pantry for catering. The glass windows offer a view directly to the footbridge that crosses over the Red Cedar River to the library."
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