USC didn't need another recruiting advantage, but it sure introduced one Tuesday with the revealing of its new $70 million, 110,000-square-foot John McKay Center.
While the facility caters to all athletes and USC enthusiasts, the football accoutrements are immaculate.
You can check out the video for all the highlights, but a couple of the cooler features are the huge weight room that is connected to a 30-yard indoor field that is all underground. Each locker has its own video screen. There's a wall where recruits can check out the Nike uniform combinations of any sport.
The facility also pays homage to former greats, Rose Bowl wins and houses the 2004 AP national championship trophy (the Trojans had their BCS championship and Heisman stripped from that year because of NCAA sanctions). There's even an area named after former coach Pete Carroll.
Overall, it's a facility that will rival any in the country in all sports, not just football.
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