When they're not on campus attending class, Oregon football players figure to spend a major chunk of their time at the athletic department's new Football Performance Center, which became operational this week.
The good news for the Ducks, then, is that it looks like a place one might never want to leave. Functional in every way and packed with amenities, the Football Performance Center is drawing rave reviews from the coaches already using it, with players set to report for preseason camp this week.
— Rob Moseley/GoDucks.com
(All photos courtesy of GoDucks.com)
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