Kansas State’s New 132,000 Square-Foot Football Complex Is So Extravagant, It’s Comical

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Kansas State began its preseason training camp today and when players arrived at the facility, something seemed a bit different. That’s because it was. Everything was. K-State just put the finishing touches on the Vanier Football Complex: a 132,000 square-foot state-of-the-art football facility.

Via The Kansas City Star, the complex includes:

▪ 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.

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