Images of USC's new John McKay Center
Impressive $70 million athletics facility officially opened on Tuesday.
USC officially opened the John McKay Center, its brand new, $70 million, 110,000-square foot athletics facility, on Tuesday.
The building houses offices and meeting rooms for the football program, locker rooms, an underground practice field, a vast weight room, academic services, a training room and several multi-media displays touting USC's athletics tradition.
Here are some images of the impressive structure taken during a media tour:
A view of the building from the outside
John McKay, USC coach from 1960-1975
The archway leading into the lobby
McKay's image dominates video screen in lobby
Trojan defensive line performs walk-through on underground field
The new locker rooom
A row of lockers, complete with video screens
All-American WR Robert Woods' locker
The players' lounge
The weight room
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An outdoor lounge bearing Pete Carroll's name
The team meeting room features this message to the city
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