Bills CB Terrence McGee was busy this offseason as he helped his alma mater Northwestern State to upgrade their athletic facilities.
McGee donated $25K to his school’s athletic program to help upgrade their Athletic Fieldhouse with new furniture for their football offices and meeting rooms.
“Northwestern State was a great experience for me on and off the field,” said McGee. “I’m excited to help out on the Fieldhouse project and look forward to working on more projects in the coming years.”
Head football coach Bradley Dale Peveto, who has signed the nation’s No. 1 and 4-ranked FCS recruiting classes the past two years, said McGee’s contribution makes a difference for Demon football.
“We’ve had success recruiting to NSU, and a gift of this size gives us a tremendous boost moving forward. Coming from Terrence makes it even more special,” said Peveto. “Facilities really matter in the recruiting process and this demonstrates a solid commitment to the future at NSU.”
McGee’s gift will be identified with his name on the office for the defensive backs coach’s office, occupied by safeties coach and defensive coordinator Brad Laird, and on the defensive backs meeting room.
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