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Updated: May 25, 2017 @ 12:12 pm
Take a look inside the Hawkeyes' new football practice facility now and as it was being constructed.
Good afternoon from the home of Duke Slater's cleats and the Iowa football complex.
Iowa offensive line coach Tim Polasek and tight end coach and special teams coordinator LeVar Woods are on deck in Iowa City at 1 p.m.
Good morning again from the Iowa football complex. A handful of Hawkeye players meet the media at 11:30.
Rise and shine. Good morning from Hawkeye football practice.
Good afternoon from Iowa City. Hawkeye Pro Day has wrapped up. A few players will chat in a few minutes.
Good afternoon from Iowa City. Hawkeye players meet the media at noon. Kirk Ferentz on deck at 1:15.
Early holiday greetings and an empty trophy case in Iowa City. Players at noon, Kirk Ferentz at 1:45 today.
This year's score has made its way onto the base of Floyd of Rosedale at the Iowa football complex.
No bull. Good morning from Iowa City, where an empty trophy stand sits. Kirk Ferentz at 1:15
Good morning from Iowa City, where Hawkeye players are enjoying a little bacon. Kirk Ferentz due up at 1:15.
Good morning from Iowa City. It's a pig thing this week. Players in a few, Kirk Ferentz at 1:15.
The bacon has been taken from the Iowa football complex trophy area.
Good morning from Iowa City, where Iowa players are up shortly, Kirk Ferentz at 1:15.
Good morning from Iowa City where football media operations begin shortly. Kirk Ferentz at 1:15.
Back on display in its usual home in the lobby of the Iowa football complex.
Good morning from Iowa City. It's game week.
Floyd did not seem to add any pounds after visiting the Iowa State Fair.
Graphics add some color at Iowa's indoor practice facility
Nebraska native Drew Ott never minded when Iowa hoisted the Heroes Trophy.
Watching over things at the Iowa football complex, where Bobby Kennedy, Seth Wallace talk spring at 12:30.
Good afternoon from Iowa City. Hawkeyes and Kirk Ferentz talk Rose Bowl this afternoon.
The latest addition to the Hawkeyes' hardware collection is in place at the Iowa football complex.
The Cy-Hawk Trophy has joined the Heartland Trophy and Floyd of Rosedale on display at the Iowa football complex.
The livestock collection at the Iowa football complex has grown.
Trophies at the Iowa football practice facility.
No bull - it's in the lobby of the Iowa football complex on Oct. 6, 2015.
Hawkeye players have access to three pools in training room facilities.
The inside of the Hawkeye players locker room.
Iowa strength performance records are displayed in a hallway.
Thanks for following along today and thanks to Hawkeye staff members who took time to show us their new home.
Hallways are filled with graphics reminding everyone where they are at inside the Hawkeye football facility.
Bowl games are featured on graphics at the Hawkeye facility. Wins include a score, losses only the match up.
An overview of the Iowa indoor facility.
Brian Ferentz talks in front of a wall recognizing Hawkeyes who played on Super Bowl teams.
Chairs are positioned at a six-percent grade to provide Hawkeyes with a view of the front of the room.
The Hawkeye team meeting room.
The first things Hawkeyes see when walking out of the team meeting room is a wall of Iowa's NFL players.
Tiger Hawks are etched into the backs of team meeting room chairs, which hold up to 500 pounds of lineman.
A view from inside the Hawkeye players lounge at the Iowa football facility.
The players lounge provides Hawkeyes with a chance to play ping pong or pool.
Brian Ferentz on the hallway where everything interacts, meeting rooms on the right, weight room on the left.
Gaming stations and computers are part of the Hawkeye players lounge.
The legacy of Iowa offensive linemen fills a wall in a position group meeting room.
Assistant Brian Ferentz in the Hawkeyes offensive line meeting room.
White board walls and video projection capabilities are on the walls of position group meeting rooms.
Daniel Murray's kick is part of the graphics on walls at the Hawkeye football facility.
Doors leading to the Hawkeye strength and conditioning facility.
Russ Haynes in the training room at the Hawkeye football facility.
Raised ceiling heights provide avenues for natural light to spill into a hallway adjacent to coaches offices.
A phrase familiar to Hawkeyes during the Kirk Ferentz era.
The Hawkeyes recycle.
The door to the Hawkeye players locker room is surrounded by uniforms and helmets.
A physician's room provides on-site care for Hawkeye football players.
Russ Haynes shows one of the three therapy pools available in the Hawkeye training room.
Taping areas are built into the cabinetry in the Hawkeye training room. It takes 90 minutes to tape the team.
Hawkeye players have secure closed lockers.
The refueling station provides nutrition for Hawkeye players in the Iowa strength facility.
Chris Doyle in the Hawkeyes' strength and conditioning facility.
A bust of Hayden Fry highlights the coaching legends area at the Iowa football facility.
The Grantland Rice Trophy, presented to Iowa's 1958 national collegiate football champions, is on display.
Nile Kinnick's Maxwell, the Outland trophies won by Cal Jones and Alex Karras and Brad Banks' O'Brien Award
In 1962, there were words painted on the water tower adjacent to what was then Iowa Stadium
A wall including programs from every Iowa bowl appearance.
Names of every letterwinner in Iowa football history is etched in glass on windows above the weight room.
The 84,000-square foot indoor facility.
Iowa tight ends coach LeVar Woods talks about the efficiency of Iowa's new indoor facility.
Good morning from Iowa City.
The Hawkeyes' football facility on April 15, 2015.
New graphics are adding to the look of Iowa's new football facility.
Iowa's three-story trophy case has added some graphics and a few trophies in recent weeks.
A display honors Clinton's Duke Slater at the Iowa football complex.
These displays honor Hawkeye legends.
Hawkeye legends Nile Kinnick and Cal Jones are honored in displays at the Iowa football complex.
A display case honoring individual awards won by Hawkeyes at the Iowa football complex.
From Hayden to Evashevski, Hawkeye coaches are honored in this display at the Iowa football complex.
Iowa consensus all-Americans are honored on a wall at the Hawkeyes' new football complex.
The view from Kirk Ferentz's office at the Iowa football facility.
A coaches' office in the Iowa football facility.
The yet-unfinished entry area at the Iowa football facility will include a three-story high trophy case.
Player lockers at the Iowa football facility.
A rehab pool in athletic training room facilities at the new Iowa football facility.
The interior of Iowa's new 20,000-square foot football strength and conditioning room.
Iowa senior associate director of athletics Jane Meyer answers questions in the middle of the strength area The 20,000-square foot weight and conditioning space has doors which lead to the indoor practice facility.
The 20,000-square foot weight and conditioning space has doors which lead to the indoor practice facility.
The team meeting room at the Iowa football facility seats 180 and can be divided in half.
Iowa's new football facility is nearing completion. The Hawkeyes will move in by early October.
The second floor corridor overlooks the indoor practice facility.
The view from inside general common areas at the Iowa football facility.
Iowa's new football facility puts 220,000 square feet under one roof with adjacent outdoor practice fields.
Position rooms at the new Iowa football facility.
Graduate assistants office space at the new Iowa football facility.
Common area at the new Iowa football facility.
There is a Tiger Hawk etched in the glass above the entry way at the Iowa football facility.
Iowa's new football facility as seen prior to Saturday's home opener