Kirby Smart, entering his third year in Athens, has already given most Georgia fans more than they could have dreamed of. An incredible season that seemed like a fantasy had wins over Notre Dame, Florida, Auburn, and Oklahoma. This was just the beginning for the Dawgs though, as they added a No. 1 recruiting class and a new indoor practice facility.
The Bulldogs were a bit behind in the arms race of college football facilities during the Richt era, but with the indoor facility now completed, the Dawgs are upgrading even more. The West end zone of Sanford Stadium received a serious upgrade over the offseason, which included a new players locker room.
The new lockers feature more room, new carpet, a giant “Power G” wood logo on the ceiling and much more.
Sanford Stadium’s $63 million renovation project also includes a brand new scoreboard and recruiting space for Smart to continue his magical work. The scoreboard is 33% larger than the previous size and creates an upgraded gameday experience for fans.
This weekend, Georgia showed off its new locker room to players and recruits at an event Smart deemed “The Reveal.” Below, players and fans show videos of the new locker room, along with reactions to the masterpiece.
Former Georgia greats like A.J. Green, Geno Atkins, and Cordy Glenn also have their own lockers to commemorate their time in Athens and offer them a place back home.