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Arkansas State's Football Stadium Renovation Features Tropical Waterfalls For Some Reason

Arkansas State is renovating Centennial Bank Stadium, and part of the renovation is a set of tropical endzone waterfalls.

The design, which is being called a "unique feature to pay homage to the great state of Arkansas, the Natural State," is part of a North endzone renovation that will add premium seating.

The renovation will add terrace seating and loge boxes, featuring premium food and drink options.

Player amenities are also being added, including a new weight room and locker room.

Check out some photos, via Arkansas State:

From athletic director Terry Mohajir:

“The vision is very clear for us! We’re building an experience in order to help fund this opportunity to enhance the perception of our Athletics program. This project will allow us to attract the top students in the country and provide first-class services to develop our students on and off the playing surfaces. Additionally, we’ve created a unique feature to pay homage to the great state of Arkansas, the Natural State. With your help, we truly believe this project can transform our Athletics Department’s National Brand. Please join us today in creating a family legacy for generations to come!”

Arkansas State is far from the first school to put in random water fixtures to dress up its facilities, but that is usually saved for rich programs like Alabama and Oregon, not a Sun Belt program like Arkansas State.

It's almost as if many college football programs are doing pretty well for themselves, even in lesser conferences.

[Red Wolves Foundation]