The latest cutting-edge facility in Eugene, Oregon is the $19 million Marcus Mariota Sports Performance Center, and it features sleeping pods for players, reports Stack.

Athletes need more sleep than the average person. To maintain their performance levels, athletes need to take a nap or two throughout the day. According to Dr. Charles Czeisler, director of the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, players who get nine hours of sleep are more likely to have better reaction times, remember plays better and maintain their health longer than those who get less sleep.