Gov. Gavin Newsom recently revealed the states revised budget plan and as part of it, he wants to gift a new athletic complex to the California School for the Deaf.
Newsom proposed funding for the new athletic complex for the Riverside football team, who became such an inspiration as they went undefeated in their regular and ended up going to the school's first state championship game. Four players from The Cubs football team ended up attending Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium and were made honorary captains for the game's coin toss.
According to ABC 7, the project would cost $43 million and consist of expanding and replacing the school's sports fields as well as the lighting, bleachers and other facilities. The construction is set for January 2025 and should be completed by May 2026.