But let's look a year and a half into the future. Dal Ward will have been expanded with a new Indoor Practice Facility (doubling as Indoor T&F facility), expanded weight room, meeting rooms, locker room, coaches offices, player and recruit lounges, additional premium seating, enhanced stadium vending in that area, an on-campus team store, a world class athletic training and rehabilitation center, enclosure of the NE corner, additional parking, and probably some other things I've forgotten to mention. Rick George also said something about fixing the sound system in Folsom for this year after the inadequacies he saw during the Spring Game when he was making announcements. So what's next? Should it be general stadium enhancements to Folsom bathrooms, concessions, vending, corridor televisions, stadium classrooms, chair back seating in some areas, etc? Maybe we should jump right into the Folsom NW Facility project phase of the facilities plan that would see a re-purposing and renovation of Balch, expansion and enhancement of West Club & Box seating, enclosure of the NW Corner, remodeled and upgraded press box, etc.? Or maybe facilities should next focus on Coors to maximize the revenue and keep momentum going for our basketball programs with installation of chair back seats to all sections and construction of an outer ring that would move bathrooms and additional concessions/vending to the outside of the building and free up room for increased seating capacity and some Club or Loge sections? Possibly, we should look at the East Campus expansion, acknowledge that that area of CU will be purely academic and research buildings, and that fields need to all be relocated to the South Campus, with a development of the South Campus as a multi-sport complex that houses Soccer, Lacrosse, Tennis (with an indoor complex to avoid the ongoing handcuff of Millennium court rentals), Cross Country and Outdoor T&F? Is there potential to do what was done for our Golf programs in recent years with a home course that has training and practice facilities along with CU branding and opportunities for booster events... and find a way to implement the same model for the CU Ski team with a home resort and mountain that can also be used for booster events? Maybe it's time to add a new sport, such as Sand Volleyball to better position the WVB program for recruiting and general success in the Pac-12... or Men's Tennis to add back one of our lost sports that carries a lower price tag and helps support more Pac-12 conference participation... or Men's Lacross to get a jump on LAX in the western USA and become a leader in that sport... or maybe something else that would enhance CU's athletic profile and fan/student interest? Or is it something else you have your eye on?