Paul Woody of the RTD recently got a look at Virginia Tech's shiny new locker room and came away thinking athletics departments should stop building shiny new things. So he wrote a column that said the NCAA should stop athletics departments from building these shiny new things. Except Woody neglects to tell us WHY he thinks this. Wait a minute, isn't that the whole point of having a sports column? The only conclusion he draws is that building shiny new things will "threaten the competitive balance in college sports." Anyone here know what that means or how it relates to locker rooms?