Found August 07, 2013 on
Earlier this summer, we showed you the new “CoolPlay” Turf that the University of Arizona would be adding to its stadium — it features some pretty cool “Bear Down” ghost lettering too. This was just one part of a serious upgrade in facilities for the Wildcats — the long awaited Lowell-Stevens Football Facility is now complete.
Wide receiver Terrence Miller took AZCentral on a tour of the new building — check out the video:
Looks pretty awesome to me — the Wildcats have to be pumped.
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(Eds: Updates with more details and quotes.) By JOHN MARSHALL AP College Football Writer The lobby of Arizona's sparkling new Lowell-Stevens Football Facility has a pair of interactive touch screens that show the history of the program, three glass cases with robotic-looking mannequins in full uniform and high ceilings that make it feel like a futuristic exhibit at Disney'...
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