LOOK: San Diego State Football Unveils New Locker Room

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The San Diego State football program’s locker room received an upgrade at the Fowler Athletics Center. After renovations that began in January were completed, the fresh digs at the Don Coryell Locker Room were unveiled to the Aztecs players just in time for the final preparations for the upcoming season.

San Diego State used its unique Aztec patterns to make the walls pop, while loading up each locker with a USB power station so the players can stay fully charged.

Other features include:

A total of six 43-inch television screens were also installed, along with a custom surround sound audio package with Bluetooth for player control. In addition, the locker room now boasts a Mondo floor, as well as LED lighting with customizable zones and color packages. A center hung 20-foot Aztec Calendar medallion was another design element incorporated into the revamped space.

Opening the 2018 season with a brand new locker room! 🔥💯 #AztecFootballLivesHere #Win22 pic.twitter.com/VKlybNMRzO

— SDSU Football (@SDSUFootball) August 2, 2018

The renovations cost $2 million.

“Anyone who helped in any type of way, any sort of way, thank you so much,” said senior kicker John Baron II in the school’s press release. “This means a lot to everyone on the team. Everyone who was involved, everyone who just came in as freshmen, they’re so excited, especially people like me who have been here for five years now. This is huge. This is such a blessing and we are so excited to get in here, get started on the new season and hopefully meet our expectations for the season.”

San Diego State kicks off its 2018 campaign on Friday, Aug. 31 against the Stanford Cardinal. The team’s home opener is on Saturday, Sept. 8 against Sacramento State. You can check out a video tour of the new locker room below.

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