Indiana hoping for late July completion date for new football complex
Indiana is hoping to have its new digs ready to go by the time the 2019 season kicks off.
Thanks to a $2 million gift from former Indiana football team captain Terry Tallen, the Hoosiers have been working on the Terry Tallen Football Complex, which includes the new team locker room, a coaches locker room, team lounge, equipment room, training room and a recruiting lounge. The goal, according to a report from TheHoosier.com, is to have the facility completed by late July.
Fall camp will begin on Aug. 2 for the Hoosiers.
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“It’s huge,” Allen told TheHoosier.com. “Recruiting is all about facilities and fit and people coming and having a great feel when they get to the campus.”
Indiana’s new football complex project comes after the school completed a $53 million Excellence Academy facility, which enclosed the south endzone at Memorial Stadium.