The Florida State football program is currently home to the reigning national champions and the preseason No. 1 team in the country.
The Seminoles’ literal home, Doak Campbell Stadium, recently underwent a $4.2 million renovation.
While FSU might be the best team in the nation, the Seminoles’ facility is seemingly just as impressive as the on-field product.
Check out this cool before-and-after video of Doak Campbell Stadium’s renovations:
The renovations, nearly complete, include a new locker room, lounge area, and corridors leading to the Doak Campbell Stadium field. Each player’s locker comes with an iPad meant to be used for game film review and the walls throughout the facility are garnished with Florida State jerseys, rings, trophies, and memorable photos.
“You see the rings, you see the national championships, the Heisman trophies, the great players in the NFL and the great men we have developed. And it sends a message to your players that we are demanding from you but we are demanding from everyone. Excellence is expected, and being elite is just the way of Florida State,” FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said in a press release.
Florida State was already doing well on the recruiting trail due to the program’s prestige and on-the-field success. The new facility might make recruiting against the Seminoles an impossible task.