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DRC: UTSA fires latest shot in C-USA facilities arms race


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6 minutes ago, Brett Vito said:

Good for nUTSAck but key terms I see here are “planning” versus “funded” and “covered” versus “indoor”...

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NutsaCK has had plans for on campus facilities for a couple of years, or there have been discussions regarding projects and I have yet to see them break ground.  I will believe it when I see it.

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From what I can understand they’re building an athletics center and the “covered” practice facility will be part of that? 44 million seems awfully steep for just a “covered” facility, I wonder if it will have 4 walls 😂

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32 minutes ago, Wag Tag said:

Big advantage we have over all these schools and others is LAND & Location! All athletic facilities in one location and exposure to the 35s can’t be beat!

I've been around here long enough to still be shocked that we have facilities to be proud of . 

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I understand that the same company that made their cannon is building their new stadium. 

"So are we going to make it out of steel and glass ?"

"No.  That's been overdone.  We're going to use plywood and hot glue."

6 for Heisman

GO MEAN GREEN

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7 hours ago, NorthTexan95 said:

I was speaking with UTSA womens bball coaches yesterday and it sounds like it's about to break ground.  

For the record, yes I'm viewing gomeangreen.com while sitting at a bball camp at UTSA.  

nvm

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59 minutes ago, Rowdy said:

Does anybody have a full list of CUSA teams with some sort of covered practice facilities?

North Texas - Boy do they ever!

MTSU - Planned/in the works

WKU - Planned but then backed off of it  - https://www.bgdailynews.com/news/sports-medicine-complex-plan-stalls-bid-process-ends/article_008c30d6-eb41-5fda-88d9-aa0367fdd0b0.html

Marshall - Completed

UAB - Completed Covered Facility Only

Charlotte - Nothing

Southern Miss - Nothing

FAU - Planned athletic complex

FIU - Nothing

Rice - Yes bubble

La Tech - Nothing

UTEP - Not a damn thing

UTSA - Planning stages

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31 minutes ago, Joe Smith said:

North Texas - Boy do they ever!

MTSU - Planned/in the works

WKU - Planned but then backed off of it  - https://www.bgdailynews.com/news/sports-medicine-complex-plan-stalls-bid-process-ends/article_008c30d6-eb41-5fda-88d9-aa0367fdd0b0.html

Marshall - Completed

UAB - Completed Covered Facility Only

Charlotte - Nothing

Southern Miss - Nothing

FAU - Planned athletic complex

FIU - Nothing

Rice - Yes bubble

La Tech - Nothing

UTEP - Not a damn thing

UTSA - Planning stages

Thanks you sir.  it surprises me that Southern Miss doesnt atleast have something in the works with how long they have been around. 

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Something that is being lost on us with NutsaCK's design is how much revenue do you think they will amass by hosting Farmer's Markets on the last Saturday of each month and the county fair each year under that cover?

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