Thanks in large part of the donations of Phil Knight, Oregon has the best facilities in the nation. The 102,000-square-foot Casanova Athletic Center was unveiled in 1991. The facility is named after Len Casanova, former Oregon head football coach and athletic director, and cost more than $12 million to build.
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The spacious and artistically designed locker room is equipped with a mezzanine area overlooking the entire facility and ventilated lockers that cost nearly $26,000 per locker.
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The state-of-the-art Oregon football locker room at Autzen Stadium cost nearly $3.2 million to build back in 2003.
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The two-story luxurious complex has a 60-inch plasma TV and smaller plasma screens scattered around the room for players to unwind.
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The Moshofsky Sports Center was the first indoor practice facility and training center in the Pac-10. The $14.6 million building that reaches 70-feet high at its tallest point is home to a full-length artificial turf football field, a souvenir shop and a 120-meter running track. During games, the facility is converted into an indoor tailgate for up to 5,000 fans.
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Professor James Harris, Oregon's assistant athletic director for student athlete development, sits in the Bod Pod, a machine that measures an athlete's fat-to-muscle ratio.
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The Bod Pod is located in the $10 million Athletic Medicine Center, constructed in 2007, along with a nutrition bar, a treatment and massage room and other health-conscious amenities.
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Oregon football players gather around three plasma screen to play video games and watch TV in the locker room at the Casanova Center. In November 2010, Oregon announced a $41 million plan to expand the Center, thanks to the donations of Phil Knight.
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The Oregon football team prepares for a trip to Oklahoma for a game against the Sooners.
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