Looks like the Dawgs will have a new house this fall.
The Washington Huskies unveiled their new, well-appointed locker room last week and released more details about the renovation on Thursday. The locker-space revamp comes just shy of four years after Washington's remodel of Husky Stadium, which totaled more than $280 million.
According to Adam Jude of the Seattle Times, the purple LED-filled space was produced by the design firm Gallagher and cost around $1 million. Donations from university boosters covered the cost.
Coach Chris Peterson posted a video of the team checking out its new locker room for the first time last week, and it's clear the guys are pretty excited about their "beautiful" new digs.
— Coach Petersen (@CoachPeteUW) July 31, 2017
Washington wasn't the only college football program to pull off a major locker room overhaul during the offseason. The Texas Longhorns unveiled their luxurious new locker room, complete with 43-inch monitors above every locker, earlier in August. Texas Tech also revealed its impressive $1.6 million locker room renovation in July.
-- Sarah Scrivens