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HOT COUGAR ACTION: Inside The Martin Stadium Remodel

It's been a little while since we've heard much from the Martin Stadium remodel, but KXLY's Ian Cull took a tour Wednesday, giving one of the first looks inside the new facility.

The video below shows off the current progress and gives a view of the field from the new press box, but possibly the most important thing to take away is the project remains on time and on budget. With a tight timeline and a fixed budget, that is a very big deal and impressive when you consider the rough weather the crew faced all spring.

As great as everything looks now, it still blows my mind when I see this comparison picture. (H/T @Brett_Gleason)



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