Images of USC's new John McKay Center

By Chris Huston | College Football Writer

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

The BCS trophy may be gone, but the 2004 AP national title trophy is still on display

An outdoor lounge bearing Pete Carroll's name

The team meeting room features this message to the city

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