Sitting by the pool, under an oak, on a 95 degree day reminded me of my only UM road trip in my fifty years of fandom. It was last fall in West Lafayette on a similarly sweltering afternoon. Our coach seemed to think the visitor's locker room left something to be desired.
I got a chance to see our visitors facilities before one of the football camps I was at. The rains were approaching and the support staff was scrambling to switch all the equipment from the Big House over to Glick. I helped one of the "Gatorade Girls" bring in a table from outside the tunnel into the visiting locker room. I asked her if I could take some pictures and was told "I don't care" --- (tacit approval from the AD, even if it is from someone making $8.50 /hr.)
So the locker room is not as nice as Michigan's but definitely adequate.
The restrooms and showers are almost mirror images of Michigan's with same capacity.
The training room is not nearly as nice as Michigan's but has room for 8 players to be worked on ( taped, iced, massaged, etc.), does have a sink and ice machine.
As to the heat issue --- all these rooms are on the east side of a hulking brick and concrete edifice. I have been in the underbelly during HS football games in August, soccer games in July, movie nights in July and heat has never been an issue.
I've been working on this for an inordinate amount of time and hope the pictures appear. If not sorry and LSA can delete this because the pics are the reason for this heat induced post.
So here are some pictures... I realize I should have made a video with James Earl Jones as my narrator but i was pressed for time and I think Mr. Jones might not respond to my inquiries.