MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Dana Holgorsen speaks about the Milan Puskar Center renovations as if he's talking about the growth of a business.
"The thing about college football," the West Virginia football coach said from within the confines of his office, "is that it never stops."
The Puskar Center, which serves as team headquarters, has been overhauled.
Big things, like new photographs or high definition, flat screen televisions, or little things, like actually making sure the locker room doors are locked, have all taken place in the 18 months Holgorsen has been at WVU.
It's part of the inventory he began taking since he stepped on campus before being hired in December 2010 and continued until the most recent time he entertained recruits on campus and bragged about the place they might one day call home.
It's the first phase of a plan, which is to address where his coaches and players meet and where they practice.
Where they play? Holgorsen has no beef with Mountaineer Field, nor does he have much interest in getting worked up about that right now.
"That's administrative and I know Oliver cares about that," Holgorsen said, throwing trust to the man who hired him, WVU Athletic Director Oliver Luck.
"He's working on that. It doesn't affect me. Everything that I do has everything to do with players and their day-to-day development. Having suites or a bigger press box; all of that doesn't interest me."
In truth, WVU has spruced up Mountaineer Field through the years, most recently with in-game audio and video elements. Holgorsen put his own personal touch on the game-day experience in 2011 with the creation of the Mountaineer Mantrip, the team's pregame march from the spot in the parking lot where the buses stopped to send the Mountaineers on their way into the stadium.
Granted, that was the source of some suspicion last season, when the defensive staff never participated. At the end of that season, three of those defensive coaches left WVU and Holgorsen for the University of Arizona.
The Mantrip will return for the 2012 season.
"Absolutely," Holorsen said.
Not only that, but with the entire coaching staff.