WATCH: Florida Gators release cool animated video tour of nearly-built indoor practice facility

By Adam Silverstein
August 14, 2015

The Florida Gators‘ new $17 million Indoor Football Practice Facility is set to open in about a week. As such, the program decided to release a detailed animation tour of the new-and-improved Sanders Football Complex, even though most of it is already up in real life.

Here are a couple takeaways and screen shots from the video.

» Though the IPF does not appear to have a name other than “Indoor Football Practice Facility,” the playing surface will be called the “Gary D. Condron Field.” Condron, a Gator Boosters “legacy director” (contributor of more than $3 million) out of Ponte Vedra Beach, is the chief executive officer and founder of The Conlan Company, which specializes in general contracting and commercial construction management. He previously contributed to the Heavener Football Complex project as well as renovations to the baseball and gymnastics facilities.

» The additional building attached to the indoor practice field will be called the L. Gale Lemerand Football Support Facility.

» As first reported by, the IPF totals 87,000 square feet (400 x 200) with a 60-foot-tall ceiling at its apex. The field length is 130 yards.

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