Photos: Oregon football — Media takes tour of Hatfield-Dowlin Complex

The Emerald and other media outlets were given an official tour of the new Hatfield-Dowlin Complex and additions to the Casanova Center at today’s Media Day.

Panorama of the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. Click for larger version. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Panorama of the outside of the new Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. Click for larger version. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

The Oregon Ducks football department leads a group of journalists and photographers on a tour of the new Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

The Oregon football department leads a group of journalists and photographers on a tour of the new Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Senior Associate Athletic Director Jeff Hawkins, gives an entire tour of the newly constructed Hatfield-Dowlin Complex during Media Day on August 5. Jeff described the significance behind the design of the various interiors that adorn the complex, as well as the specifications that accommodate them. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

Senior associate athletic director Jeff Hawkins gives a tour of the newly constructed Hatfield-Dowlin Complex during Media Day on August 5. Jeff described the significance behind the design of the various interiors that adorn the complex, as well as the specifications that accommodate them. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

Prominent trophies the Oregon Ducks football teams have won are displayed in a glass desk near the front lobby of the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Prominent trophies the Oregon Ducks football teams have won are displayed in a glass case near the front lobby of the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

In the lobby is a showcase that displays a visualization of Oregon's uniforms as they've changed over the years.  (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

In the lobby is a display that showcases many of Oregon’s uniforms as they’ve changed over the years. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Oregon athletes (not just football players) have access to a place where they can meet with nutritionists and have healthy meals cooked for them. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Oregon athletes (not just football players) have access to a place where they can meet with nutritionists and have healthy meals cooked for them. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

An example of some of the food cooked at the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex's cafeteria. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

An example of some of the food prepared at the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex’s cafeteria. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Members of the media sit in the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex's  viewing theater, which can seat over 170 people.  (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Members of the media sit in the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex’s viewing theater, which can seat over 170 people. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex houses a newly constructed weight room that overlooks the football practice fields. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex houses a newly constructed weight room that overlooks the football practice fields. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex is equipped with its own theater room called Sanders Hall. The theater room is large enough to host the coaches and the entire Oregon football team, and will be used for analyzing film. The chairs that line the aisle are constructed from the same leather that Ferrari uses for its car interior. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex is equipped with its own theater room called Sanders Hall. The theater room is large enough to host the coaches and the entire Oregon football team and will be used for analyzing film. The chairs that line the aisle are constructed from the same leather that Ferrari uses for its car interior. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

Area 51 is the private sector of the complex, where the coaching staff meet to finalize game day plans and recruitment. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

Area 51 is the private sector of the complex, where the coaching staff meet to finalize game day plans and recruitment. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

The War Room, where coaches meet to talk about strategies, game plans, and football ideas. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

The War Room, where coaches meet to talk about strategies, game plans and football ideas. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Each Oregon football athlete is given a two-door locker that is equipped with a deodorizing ventilation system and a charging dock for electronics. The locker room also houses its own barbershop equipped with two barber chairs ready for use. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

Each Oregon football athlete is given a two-door locker that is equipped with a deodorizing ventilation system and a charging dock for electronics. The locker room also houses its own barbershop equipped with two barber chairs ready for use. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

Each Oregon football athlete is given a two-door locker that is equipped with a deodorizing ventilation system and a charging dock for electronics. The locker room also houses its own barbershop equipped with two barber chairs ready for use. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

Each Oregon football athlete is given a two-door locker that is equipped with a deodorizing ventilation system and a charging dock for electronics. The locker room also features its own barbershop equipped with two barber chairs ready for use. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

Oregon football players select their name one one of the multiple touch pads stationed around the locker room and punch in their code which will activate the door to and open their locker. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Oregon football players select their name one one of the multiple touch pads stationed around the locker room and punch in their code which will activate the door to and open their locker. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Junior running back De'Anthony Thomas' locker is one of the many lockers that feature a design that incorporates their name, home town and jersey number.  (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Junior running back De’Anthony Thomas’ locker is one of the many lockers that feature a design that incorporates their name, home town and jersey number. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Ducks of all metal variations hang from the ceiling on the fifth floor of the complex. The ducks stand for Oregon players who have been drafted and the material variation signifies the round in which they were drafted. This is the duck for the first pick of the 2013 NFL Draft and former Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan.  (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Ducks of all metal variations hang from the ceiling on the fifth floor of the complex. The ducks represent Oregon players who have been drafted and the material variation signifies the round in which they were drafted. This is the duck for the first pick of the 2013 NFL Draft and former Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Panorama of a mural designed in the parking garage under the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. It's a homage to past coaches who have had a great impact upon the program. Click for larger version. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

Panorama of a mural designed in the parking garage under the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. It’s a homage to past coaches who have had a great impact upon the program. Click for larger version. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

A small locker room storage area right next to one of the practice fields. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

A small locker room storage area right next to one of the practice fields. (Nate Barrett/Emerald)

A commemorative metal wall sits outside the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex that includes the Oregon varsity lettermen of the past and present. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

A commemorative metal wall sits outside the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex that includes the Oregon varsity lettermen of the past and present. (Andrew Seng/Emerald)

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