Report, mlive.com, Michigan State is considering $33 million in upgrades to its football and basketball facilities.
The school’s Board of Trustees voted to authorize planning for two projects that would upgrade the Breslin Center and Duffy Daugherty Football Building at a combined projected cost of $33 million. According to a University spokesperson, the plans would still have to go through multiple more steps and board approvals before being finalized.
The plan comes as good news to the ongoing project to add to the Spartan Stadium north end zone (a $24.5 million, 55,000 square foot addition). The addition is expected to be ready for the team’s opener in August.
One spokesperson said that they expect Big 10 standards, which speaks highly of the growth and expectations of the Conference.