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LSU’s new locker room is epic

LSU is taking the college football locker room to the next level

The sleeping pods inside LSU’s new locker room were modeled after first-class pods on airplanes.

If you haven’t seen yet, LSU is taking the college football locker room to the next level.

The Tigers unveiled a $28 million renovation to their facility on social media Sunday, which was highlighted with individual sleep pods.

“It will transform the way we think about these spaces for the entire industry for performance centers.” says the designer of the project Sarah Alfredo.

The upper portion includes digitally locked storage, charging ports for personal electronics and helmets, and custom, magnetic name plates for each player. The lower portion is loaded with features: a seat that folds out into that bed for napping or laying out with a NormaTec recovery boot; an iPad dock for watching film or consuming non-football content; more charging ports; and a custom-fit cup-holder for hydration.

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