What is the discipline for jumping into an end zone waterfall after scoring a touchdown? Thanks to Arkansas State, we could find out soon.
On Thursday, the Red Wolves unveiled renovation and expansion plans for the north end zone at Centennial Bank Stadium. The project features a new weight room, training and rehab area, locker room, players' lounge and theater. It also has academic support rooms and other smaller details.
Though those are much-needed upgrades to improve the athletic and academic performance and health and wellness of student-athletes, one crazy non-performance feature will generate more buzz. Both corners of the end zone will have a waterfall.
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The waterfall is the highlight of a new outdoor premium seating area that includes loge boxes and terrace seating.
"This project will allow us to attract the top students in the country and provide first-class services to develop our students on and off the playing surfaces," athletics director Terry Mohajir said in a statement. "Additionally, we’ve created a unique feature to pay homage to the great state of Arkansas, the Natural State."
They have not released a price tag or timetable for the project. Here are a few renderings of the expansion and improvements: