Georgia's football program has been without an indoor facility for, well, forever. This has caused some problems for the Bulldogs; last summer, recruits' parents complained about having to sit out in the rain during an event. Georgia won't be without an indoor facility for much longer, though.
Plans for a $30 million indoor facility have been approved and construction is set to begin next January.
Mark Richt says the facility will "without a doubt" be the best in the country.
">May 22, 2015
Georgia will be the last SEC program to get an indoor facility, but with a $30 million price tag and the ability to learn from its competitors, it's probably fair to say the Bulldogs' new facility will be the conference's best.