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Take a photo tour of West Virginia's new facilities


West Virginia is about to begin year two of membership in the Big 12. The Mountaineers are pretty dang proud to be in the Big 12. Opened in 1980, West Virginia recently completed the latest round of renovations to the Milan Puskar Center, home of the Mountaineers' football facilities. Now that WVU has Big 12-quality facilities, they can show you just how proud they are to be a part of the Big 12, courtesy of the Charleston Daily Mail.

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Like Alabama and Oregon, West Virginia has a barber's shop in its players' lounge (in the top right of the photo below). "That's a huge thing in recruiting," says Dana Holgorsen.


Speaking of recruiting, here are the Mountaineers' new uniforms.


Now, Holgorsen isn't all rainbows and sunshine about the Puskar Center. Below is what he calls "the absolute worst team room in all of college football." After seeing photographic evidence, it's hard to disagree.


WVU also used to have college football's worst weight room. Not anymore. "Are there bigger weight rooms? Yeah," Holgorsen says. "Are there better or more functional weight rooms? I have a hard time saying that there's something that's better or more functional."


The staff's meeting room will in no way be confused with the worst in college football.


These photos are just a fraction of the full tour. View the full write-up and photos thanks to Mike Casazza and Mel Morales.