Boise State football fans will get a glimpse of the program's in-progress football complex at Saturday's Spring Game.
The $22 million structure, which will be named for former athletic director Gene Bleymaier (exact name to be determined), should be completed by the end of June. The school plans to finish the interior decorating and set up work stations in July, when coaches usually take vacations. "We plan on having our staff in there toward the end of July," said Curt Apsey, senior associate athletic director for advancement.
Much of the exterior of the building has taken shape but fans will notice a major exception - the east end, facing the stadium, where the recruiting lounge (second floor) and main entry (first floor) will be. The walls will be largely glass. "You'll start to see glass go in in the next 30 days or so," Apsey said.
When complete, the first floor will include a weight room, training room, equipment room and locker room. The second floor contains offices and meeting rooms.