The Arizona Wildcats will officially open the Cole and Jeannie Davis Sports Center on Sunday, but before then they gave us a sneak peek inside the new digs.
Check it out:
The climate-controlled facility contains a 90-yard field with a 10-yard end zone and a ceiling height of 65 feet.
The $18 million project is expected to be a big boost for the football team, which now has a way to combat the heat, monsoons, and any other weather conditions that may present themselves. (Heck, it snowed Friday.)
Other UA athletic programs will get to use the facility too. So will fans, as it will serve as a hospitality area on football game days.