Another Glimpse Inside Wisconsin's Renovated Camp Randall Stadium Facility

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FootballScoop.com tweeted out a bunch of photos from a recent visit in Madison. Among the insights: Gary Andersen has a statue of Barry Alvarez in his office, the new weight room is huge and shiny and the nutrition center noticeably lacks some traditional Wisconsin items.

Yesterday, our Ian McCue had a fantastic in-depth look at the upgraded Camp Randall Stadium facilities for The Badger Herald. Many of the interior updates are complete or nearly so; the north side of the stadium is undergoing further expansion for an updated academic center and the corresponding endzone will receive a fancy new scoreboard. Everything's supposed to be completed by January 2014.

Today, FootballScoop.com tweeted out a bunch more photos from a recent visit to Madison. Among the insights: Gary Andersen has a statue of Barry Alvarez in his office, the new weight room is huge and shiny and the nutrition center noticeably lacks some traditional Wisconsin items.

You can find them all on their Twitter page @FootballScoop, but here are the real highlights:

Here, the generally on-point EDSBS had a good point:

If you haven't already, give @FootballScoop a follow. They're usually among the first to break all sorts of college football news.

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