Kansas State football players are due to report for preseason camp Wednesday, but the Wildcats who’ve already arrived were treated to a tour of the new Vanier Family Football Complex.
K-State released photos of the new building Tuesday, as well as a video of players’ reactions to the new features in the 132,000 square-foot facility, which include:
▪ An 18,000-square-foot strength and conditioning center
▪ A new sports medicine and recovery facility with hydrotherapy and recovery pools
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▪ New meeting rooms that overlook Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
▪ A football-shaped locker room that’s twice the size of their old one.
“It is a great day for K-State as the beautiful new Vanier Family Football Complex is operational and open for our football staff and student-athletes,” athletic director John Currie said in a release announcing that players and coaches had moved in.
Here’s a video from K-State (tap link if it doesn’t appear correctly on your device below):