MTV's "Cribs" series ended it's original run back in 2011, but the fact remains that there is no better way to showcase your football facility than by copying the popular blueprint that they laid out.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, or NEO as it is affectionately called, has a rich Junior College football tradition including 8 national championship teams. Since 2000, the program has sent over 100 players to four year NCAA schools, and have had 162 All-Americans. One of the more notable players to come out of the program is NFL tight end Jeremy Shockey.
In order to help with recruiting, the program put together a cribs-style tour of their facilities, which look pretty impressive. They may not have the ability to add the flash that a FBS program would have, but by JuCo standards, what they're able to offer is top of the line, everything looks brand spanking new, and the coaching staff is damn proud of it.
On top of that, the stadium's new playing surface isn't even a year old yet and there are some major renovations coming to Red Robertson field, including new suites, stands, restrooms and concessions.
See it all for yourself.