Michigan State Football: Mark Dantonio tweets pictures of Spartan Stadium renovation

The nearly $25 million construction project on the north end of Spartan Stadium has been going on for about a year, and Tuesday Michigan State fans got to see some of the nearly finished product thanks to Mark Dantonio’s twitter account.

The project included a total face lift to the north side of the stadium, upgrades to the Spartan’s locker room as well as a new media room.

Former Spartan football great Flozell Adams donated $1.5 million to be put towards the remodeling of the MSU locker room in honor of his mother Rachel Adams.

Anyone who loves Michigan State Football will get goosebumps when looking at the new entrance to the locker room. It does a great job of giving the players an inspiration on a daily basis while also conveying a sense of family to recruits who will be touring the facility.

The biggest change that fans will get to see is the new, modern look that the exterior of Spartan Stadium features on the north side. MSU ditched the old and boring concrete exterior for a more bold and modern look that fits in much better with the two high-tech jumbotrons that sit above it.

For me, this is the coolest picture of the bunch. “Everybody can make a play” is such a simple message but it is so appropriate not only to Kyler Ellsworth and last year’s team, but also to the Michigan State football program as a whole. MSU doesn’t always get top recruits, but Mark Dantonio knows that if he gets players with the right character, he and his staff can coach them to become great. It’s a simple and effective message to recruits as well as current players.

These fancy new facilities will finally be getting put to use in 37 days when the Spartans take on Jacksonville State. Spartan Stadium looks like it’s ready for Spartan football to come back–are you?

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