Later this month, Craig Bohl's Wyoming program is set to break down on a $44 million expansion that Bohl believes will be "championship" caliber.
In his video pitch of the new facility that Wyoming pushed out last night, Bohl even went as far as to say that the new High Altitude Performance Center is going to be "the premier training facility" in the country.
According to the video, the expansion will cover just shy of 61,000 square feet, cost $44 million and the new facility as a whole will span over 170,000 square feet and will include a new weight room, academic center, recovery pools, team room, locker room, training table area and cafeteria, players lounge, training room, meeting rooms, recruiting lounge, and of course - the new staple of college football facilities - a barber shop.
Overall, renderings of the new digs look very impressive, and should definitely help coach Bohl and his staff attract some of the top talent in the Mountain West for years to come.
So far in 2016, Wyoming is off to a 4-2 start to the season, with wins against Northern Illinois, UC Davis, Colorado State, and Air Force.
— Wyoming Cowboy FB (@wyo_football) October 11, 2016