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Middle Tennessee breaks ground on Student-Athlete Performance Center

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee State University broke ground on the Athletic Department's new $66 million Student-Athlete Performance Center Thursday, Jan. 26, on the site of the project just outside of Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium.

The three-story, 85,500-square-foot building connected to the north end of Floyd Stadium will serve as the new home of Blue Raider Football, as well as contain a variety of facilities vital for the continued support of all MTSU student-athletes, including new athletic training, weightlifting and nutrition areas.

"Once completed, this new facility, along with an enhanced Murphy Center, will be part of a new gateway into our campus and will stand as a visible reminder of our commitment to athletic success," said President Sidney A.