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Michigan State planning football building upgrades

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Michigan State is taking steps to continue improving the football program for years to come. The university’s board of trustees has approved the authorization to form plans that include $5 million to be budgeted for the Daugherty Football Building at Michigan State.

The plan is part of a $33 million project to improve athletic facilities, with the majority of the money being used to upgrade Michigan State’s basketball arena, the Breslin Center. The funds for the basketball arena upgrades will come from the school’s general fund, according to, but the money for the football building upgrades is expected to come through donations to the university and athletics department.

New medical equipment and locker rooms will account for the focus of the football building upgrades. As reports, Michigan State has not updated the building since 1997 and has become dated compared to other facilities found around the Big Ten. Now that Michigan State has proven to be a Big Ten championship-caliber program, giving the program an environment worthy of a championship program was an obvious move.

The plans still need to be finalized but that should be little more than a matter of procedure at this point.

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3 Responses to “Michigan State planning football building upgrades”
  1. cfballfan1 says: Jun 23, 2014 9:57 PM

    Buy this stock people – Spartans are on the rise.

    Go Green!

  2. dumbpollack says: Jun 24, 2014 1:22 PM

    Wow, one Big Ten/Rose Bowl championship and you’d think they’ve won the last 5 National Championships! Slow your roll, you are and always will be a basketball school. Go Bucks!!

  3. bornahawker says: Jun 25, 2014 1:03 AM

    MSU does more with less $$ than any other division I school.

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