The trend of college football locker rooms being renovated to resemble Las Vegas night clubs continues.
Following a Sunday practice at Raymond James Stadium, South Florida’s football team returned to the Lee Roy Selmon Athletics Building to find a new locker room outfitted with green LED panels on the sides.
The response from the Bulls’ players has been overwhelmingly glowing (pun intended), according to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times. Oregon’s space-aged approach to player comfort in recent years has changed the game when it comes to locker room design, and USF’s foray into the field is a tasteful one.
Particularly in comparison to the “locker room as strip club” digs that SMU unveiled almost one year ago to the day.