Alabama Is Installing A Waterfall In Its Locker Room
These days, college football programs seemingly do whatever they need to do to stand out from the rest of the competition. Even at Alabama, a school that has won three of the past four BCS titles, the program is still focused on upgrading facilities and luring in recruits with innovative ideas. The most recent example? A waterfall.
That’s right, a waterfall – in the Crimson Tide locker room. 2014 quarterback recruit David Cornwell tweeted such out last night, and Tuscaloosa News‘ Cecil Hurt backed him up.
That waterfall in Bama’s locker room is about to be legit! C’mon who has a waterfall.. No one!
— DC5 (@DavidCornwell5) June 17, 2013
That’s right. A waterfall. RT @DavidCornwell5: That waterfall in Bama’s locker room is about to be legit! C’mon who has a waterfall. No one!
— Cecil Hurt (@CecilHurt) June 17, 2013
The school has not released a visual of what it will look like, but one can assume we might see some crimson-colored water flowing.
A tip of the cap to the Tide. If Alabama is securing recruits with man-made water structures, the rest of the SEC is doomed.