The Kansas State football team was welcomed with quite the gift when they returned to campus for the 2015 season. A brand new, state-of-the-art football complex stood in the place of their old athletic complex. The Wildcats spared no cost in building this magnificent temple for the football gods. The Kansas City Star revealed the lavish features of the new complex:
▪ An 18,000-square-foot strength and conditioning center
▪ A new sports medicine and recovery facility with hydrotherapy and recovery pools
▪ New meeting rooms that overlook Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
▪ A football-shaped locker room that’s twice the size of their old one.
Student-athletes basically live at the athletic complex during the season. The Wildcat football players will be living quite comfortably for a long time to come.
— K-State Athletics (@kstatesports) August 4, 2015
— KSU In Season (@ksuinseason) August 5, 2015
This is beautiful. pic.twitter.com/QtbQBH2Thq
— Matthew D. McCrane (@MattMc94) August 4, 2015