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RE: Troy endzone facility rendering/progress
(01-10-2018 06:06 PM)ApexRedWolf Wrote:  Without going through 14 pages, could you provide the details on what it will house? By the way, I love the Neoclassical look of Troys campus.

Locker rooms, weight rooms, athletic training facility, nutrition station, football offices, players lounge, cool down pools, 410 more chair back seats, concession, and the 2nd video board.
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That is gonna be awesome.
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Huge progress!
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I'm sure its due to photo angles but my immediate mental image was a guy trying to catch a pass in the back of the endzone and his momentum carrying him through one of those windows.

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Troy endzone facility rendering/progress
Arena football-esque...but it looks to be a good 5-7 yds beyond the boundary...Plexiglas is our friend...I think?

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The opposite endzone is short beyond the boundary also, but there haven't been many occasions where a player's momentum carries them into the brick wall. The new endzone facility will actually have more space between the building and the boundary than the opposite endzone... so I don't forsee there being many problems.

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For those that have been to Troy in the past:

On the North end of the stadium, there was a concrete sidewalk out the back of the endzone well off the playing surface and media area. The new NEZ complex is set further back than that sidewalk, so there should not be any issues at all with the spacing.

The end line box is about three feet wide, then another couple of feet for the media area, then a larger space to serve as a buffer.
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(02-06-2018 11:58 AM)CardinalBlackTrojan Wrote:  The opposite endzone is short beyond the boundary also, but there haven't been many occasions where a player's momentum carries them into the brick wall. The new endzone facility will actually have more space between the building and the boundary than the opposite endzone... so I don't forsee there being many problems.

[Image: _middle_2012%20MSU%204.jpg]

Back when we were trying to be FBS on a FCS budget and mindset...03-puke
..10+ years ago, one of A-State's leading receivers was thrown a ball in the back of the endzone...ran right into the stone retaining wall around our field...broke his wrist and was out for the rest of the season.
Bad part is we fans had been complaining this was going to happen for years. University finally put protective padding up after his injury.
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(02-08-2018 10:26 AM)ApexRedWolf Wrote:  
(02-06-2018 11:58 AM)CardinalBlackTrojan Wrote:  The opposite endzone is short beyond the boundary also, but there haven't been many occasions where a player's momentum carries them into the brick wall. The new endzone facility will actually have more space between the building and the boundary than the opposite endzone... so I don't forsee there being many problems.

[Image: _middle_2012%20MSU%204.jpg]

Back when we were trying to be FBS on a FCS budget and mindset...03-puke
..10+ years ago, one of A-State's leading receivers was thrown a ball in the back of the endzone...ran right into the stone retaining wall around our field...broke his wrist and was out for the rest of the season.
Bad part is we fans had been complaining this was going to happen for years. University finally put protective padding up after his injury.

Was that Levi Dejohnette?

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(02-08-2018 11:19 AM)ark30inf Wrote:  
(02-08-2018 10:26 AM)ApexRedWolf Wrote:  
(02-06-2018 11:58 AM)CardinalBlackTrojan Wrote:  The opposite endzone is short beyond the boundary also, but there haven't been many occasions where a player's momentum carries them into the brick wall. The new endzone facility will actually have more space between the building and the boundary than the opposite endzone... so I don't forsee there being many problems.

[Image: _middle_2012%20MSU%204.jpg]

Back when we were trying to be FBS on a FCS budget and mindset...03-puke
..10+ years ago, one of A-State's leading receivers was thrown a ball in the back of the endzone...ran right into the stone retaining wall around our field...broke his wrist and was out for the rest of the season.
Bad part is we fans had been complaining this was going to happen for years. University finally put protective padding up after his injury.

Was that Levi Dejohnette?

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I think so.
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(02-08-2018 11:19 AM)ark30inf Wrote:  
(02-08-2018 10:26 AM)ApexRedWolf Wrote:  
(02-06-2018 11:58 AM)CardinalBlackTrojan Wrote:  The opposite endzone is short beyond the boundary also, but there haven't been many occasions where a player's momentum carries them into the brick wall. The new endzone facility will actually have more space between the building and the boundary than the opposite endzone... so I don't forsee there being many problems.

[Image: _middle_2012%20MSU%204.jpg]

Back when we were trying to be FBS on a FCS budget and mindset...03-puke
..10+ years ago, one of A-State's leading receivers was thrown a ball in the back of the endzone...ran right into the stone retaining wall around our field...broke his wrist and was out for the rest of the season.
Bad part is we fans had been complaining this was going to happen for years. University finally put protective padding up after his injury.

Was that Levi Dejohnette?

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Yes.
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Looking great!02-13-banana

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(01-10-2018 06:40 PM)Atlanta Trojan Wrote:  
(01-10-2018 06:06 PM)ApexRedWolf Wrote:  Without going through 14 pages, could you provide the details on what it will house? By the way, I love the Neoclassical look of Troys campus.

Locker rooms, weight rooms, athletic training facility, nutrition station, football offices, players lounge, cool down pools, 410 more chair back seats, concession, and the 2nd video board.

More details:

http://www.heery.com/projects/troy-unive...-end-zone/

The branded facility includes:

Locker room and player’s lounge with outdoor patio
Multi-story strength and conditioning with plyometric ramp and cardio mezzanine
Training / rehab / mud room with 40’-0” custom walk-through hydrotherapy cool down pool, and hot and cold plunge pools.
Meeting rooms and auditorium
Recruiting lounge
Administration offices
Equipment room
Hall of fame and enhanced rotunda lobby entrance

The end zone facility also includes premium and VIP activation points on every floor, including views into the strength and conditioning center, coaches’ recruiting balcony, an open air terrace level with arbored walkways, club and loge seating, and a multi-purpose club pavilion. The terrace level and covered pavilion will be used for tailgating and special events, and serves as a connector between the east and west concourses. The event space has capacity for 575 guests and offers full bar service, upgraded concourse amenities, and overflow area for eight large tailgating tents with media connections and outdoor barbeque locations.
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It's really coming together. It looks very nice. You guys will enjoy that for a long time.
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The new video board has come alive!

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(02-05-2018 09:57 PM)trojanbrutha Wrote:  Arena football-esque...but it looks to be a good 5-7 yds beyond the boundary...Plexiglas is our friend...I think?

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Does look close. I visited the campus years back and I recall there being a lot of room on that end of the field. Wasn't it possible to have more room for the end zone facility?
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(03-13-2018 05:47 AM)Florida RedWolf Wrote:  
(02-05-2018 09:57 PM)trojanbrutha Wrote:  Arena football-esque...but it looks to be a good 5-7 yds beyond the boundary...Plexiglas is our friend...I think?

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Does look close. I visited the campus years back and I recall there being a lot of room on that end of the field. Wasn't it possible to have more room for the end zone facility?

The facility uses up all of that space.

Here's some interesting tidbits:

Georgia State will have the largest video board in the Sun Belt, as well as the largest in the G5. They actually have the 10th largest video board in the entire FBS at 5,600 sq. ft. of actual video space.

Troy will have the second-largest video board in the Sun Belt at 3,150 sq. ft., to go along with the 1,250 sq. ft. video board on the opposite side of the stadium.

Both Troy and Georgia State will have the largest primary video boards out of the Sun Belt, CUSA, and MAC.

Largest video boards in G5 by video space sq. ft.:

1. Georgia State - 5,600
2. Memphis - 4,512
3. Colorado State - 4,200
4. UCF - 4,104
5. Cincinnati - 3,534
6. Troy - 3,150
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Troy is building its new end zone facility, the big board, and generally nice facilities all around. Proud for you. Do you have a local sugar daddy, the state, or doing well on general contributions for your improvements?
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