The $6.1 million Dykhouse Student-Athlete Center at South Dakota State University got its first public viewing this week, with university friends and contributors touring the new endzone building Monday. While athletes have been using the weight room for about two weeks, crews are still putting the finishing touches on the building. Major benefactors for the center , which overlooks the Jackrabbit gridiron, were philanthropist T. Denny Sanford and his business associate Dana Dykhouse. Dykhouse, a former Jacks football player, has been a key figure in fundraising for the building. The view shows the snow-covered field and stadium from the office of Head Coach John Stiegelmeier. And Mike Burgers, associate athletic director - development (far right), tells guests about the center's facilities, which include locker rooms, hospitality suites, an academic center and training facilities. A fundraising campaign to furnish the building is ongoing.