GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) -- The University of North Dakota is breaking ground on a $13 million athletic facility it hopes will help propel its football team to Division I playoff status and boost other programs as well. The UND Athletics High Performance Center is as a training facility for all sports and a competition venue for track and field. Football will be its primary tenant. The 196,500-square-foot building will have a regulation football field, separate linemen workout area and 60-foot ceiling for punting and kicking. It will have a 300-meter, eight-lane NCAA regulation track and seating for 1,500 spectators. Other highlights include a sports medicine and training center, academic center, class and meeting rooms, locker rooms and coaches offices, weight room and cardio training. Groundbreaking ceremonies were scheduled Thursday afternoon.