I would like to spend a night in LSU's locker room and not in a strange way (or maybe this is actually the weird way to spend a night in a locker room?) …
LSU Football has pictures of her on Twitter Shared dressing room, and frankly, they look better than the dorm I lived in college back then. Here are some pictures:
Usually I do not do sports (except curling and spelling) The reason why I'm so interesting I think the locker room is similar to an aircraft cabin, and perhaps most closely resembles the Virgin Atlantic Upper Class.
Overhead lockers, personal televisions, drink holders – they certainly have an eerie resemblance to a plane.
Now, perhaps someone who understands professional sports better than I (well known to anyone) can explain the logic for all of this?
Do they only have more money than they could use, and decided that it would be cool to build something like that, or what is the practical use of it? Are there any other changing rooms with similar "configurations"? My last time in a locker room was probably middle school, so I'm probably missing something here.
(tip to Mike)