A video tour of AT&T Stadium

UConn practiced for the first time today at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

It's a massive place.

The building opened in 2009 and cost over a billion dollars to build.

Yes, over a billion dollars.

AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys, has a seating capacity of about 80,000.

All four Final Four teams worked out here for 90 minutes today. UConn, Florida, Kentucky and Wisconsin will hold open practices on Friday.

Check out the attached video for a short video tour of the arena.

 

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