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Wilmington High School and Miami University graduate Quinten Rollins has a larger-than-life presence in more ways than one at Miami’s newly unveiled $25 million Athletic Performance Center. A huge poster of Rollins in his Green Bay Packers’ uniform overlooks the weight room — near one of fellow Ohioan and Steeler Ben Roethlisberger — at the 56,000 square-foot facility, which also includes a sports medicine facility, meeting rooms, players’ lounge, offices and laundry and equipment space. The entire facility was donor funded.


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Wilmington High School and Miami University graduate Quinten Rollins has a larger-than-life presence in more ways than one at Miami’s newly unveiled $25 million Athletic Performance Center. A huge poster of Rollins in his Green Bay Packers’ uniform overlooks the weight room — near one of fellow Ohioan and Steeler Ben Roethlisberger — at the 56,000 square-foot facility, which also includes a sports medicine facility, meeting rooms, players’ lounge, offices and laundry and equipment space. The entire facility was donor funded.

Wilmington High School and Miami University graduate Quinten Rollins has a larger-than-life presence in more ways than one at Miami’s newly unveiled $25 million Athletic Performance Center. A huge poster of Rollins in his Green Bay Packers’ uniform overlooks the weight room — near one of fellow Ohioan and Steeler Ben Roethlisberger — at the 56,000 square-foot facility, which also includes a sports medicine facility, meeting rooms, players’ lounge, offices and laundry and equipment space. The entire facility was donor funded.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/02/web1_IMG_1788.jpgWilmington High School and Miami University graduate Quinten Rollins has a larger-than-life presence in more ways than one at Miami’s newly unveiled $25 million Athletic Performance Center. A huge poster of Rollins in his Green Bay Packers’ uniform overlooks the weight room — near one of fellow Ohioan and Steeler Ben Roethlisberger — at the 56,000 square-foot facility, which also includes a sports medicine facility, meeting rooms, players’ lounge, offices and laundry and equipment space. The entire facility was donor funded. Miami University | Courtesy photo