Photo: Florida State’s New Practice Fields Are Complete, Ready To Use

Florida State has been working on seriously upgrading its football facilities. The university is pumping $15 million into the new Albert J. Dunlap Athletic Training Facility to create one of the most state-of-the-art indoor facilities in college athletics.

While the entire training facility is “about 90% complete” and set to be finished by the August 1st deadline that was set, the new outdoor practice fields are finished and ready for use., the affiliate for Florida State, posted a photo of the new fields today:

Photo by warchantofficial via Instagram

The fields look good, and the weather looks great — the Seminoles should be putting the fields to good use pretty soon.


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