Found September 24, 2013 on Fox Sports West:
PLAYERS: Jim Mora
TEAMS: UCLA Bruins
UCLA will begin a fundraising campaign to raise money to build a football training facility at Spaulding Field. The facility is estimated to cost 50 million and will be built with private donations. USC, Oregon and Washington are among the Pac-12 programs that have built new training facilities, which can boost recruiting efforts. Spaulding Field has received upgrades since Coach Jim Mora was hired. But he has sought a football house that would include a weight room, team rooms and coaches' offices. "To be able to add a football facility that will help us with player development and growth is simply fantastic,'" Mora said in a statement. Athletic Director Dan Guerrero said the facility would "continue to propel UCLA football forward by allowing coaches and student-athletes to teach, learn and develop in a state-of-the-art facility." UCLA is also looking into building a basketball practice facility. -Chris Foster
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