Troy Aikman Enjoying The Fruits Of His Massive UCLA Donation (Photo)

Troy Aikman Photo UCLA CampusMonday, the UCLA Bruins made big news when announcing the hiring of Chip Kelly as the university’s new head football coach.

In addition to possessing a newly inked $23.3 million contract, the 54-year-old relocates to Westwood armed with a revenue stream that includes a $280 million deal with Under Armour, along with the ability to call a recently completed $75 million practice facility home.

One of the jewels of the Wasserman Football complex is the fully equipped Troy Aikman Strength & Conditioning Center, named in honor of the UCLA icon, who donated $1 million to the building of the new football HQ.

In conjunction with the hiring of Kelly, Aikman was back on the West Los Angeles campus, where he took a minute to pose for a photo in front of the signage that dedicates the football fitness center to him.

Aikman played three seasons in Westwood, posting a 20-4 record, during his two years as the Bruins starting QB (1987-1988).

The college and pro football hall of famer would go on to quarterback the Cowboys to three Super Bowl victories, after Dallas chose him with the first pick in the 1989 NFL Draft. 

Photo Courtesy: @UCLAFootball