Notre Dame football's resistance to change is part of what makes their football program one of the most unique in the country. Even a slew of recent facility and cosmetic upgrades, it's still one of the most unique.
Notre Dame Stadium has slowly been receiving changes — both big and small — for much of the last decade. From upgraded technology to the installation of the stadium's first-ever videoboard, the 87-year-old venue is creeping into the 21st century. And their most recent project is a sweet new locker room.
It doesn't feature neon lights, $10,000 lockers or 43-inch TVs for each player. It does feature a responsible mix of old and new that more closely resembles a Hall of Fame or museum than an FBS locker room.
Here's a look:
The past meets the present in our new game day home.
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