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October 3, 2013TweetFollow @StanfordRivals
Stanford has begun the process of moving in to its new $21 million football facility. Prior to the facility's official opening, Stanford granted the media a tour of its new digs, which were funded by donations from a number of donors. Former Cardinal stars John Lynch, Tommy Vardell, Jim Plunkett, Andrew Luck and John Elway each contributed to the project.
Visitors to the facility are greeted by a large Stanford logo.
This image is along the left wall of the entrance.
The first floor of the new facility has a players lounge with inviting accommodations.
The lounge also has a pool table and displays images of former Stanford players in the NFL
The Cardinal's new locker room contains 110 individual player lockers.
The lockers are separated by position group.
The Cardinal also has a separate locker room for its NFL alums that return to train in the offseason. 22 did last offseason.
Stanford's academic All-Americans receive special recognition.
Stanford's new 136-seat team meeting room, the "Andrew Luck Auditorium," is upstairs.
The other side of the Luck Auditorium
Luck is prominently featured outside of the auditorium
There is also a historical wing, which lists all of the head coaches in Stanford history. (Yes, even Walt Harris and Buddy Teevens.)
Some of the more successful coaches have individual plaques in the wing. Here's Jim Harbaugh's.
Recruiting material on the wall near David Shaw's office.
A dual-purpose coffee table. It features interactive content and will allow visitors to watch video of former Cardinal players discussing their experiences at the University.
Stanford football legends
The facility commemorates numerous memorable moments in recent Stanford history, including this one.