Published August 23, 2010
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Davis Wade Stadium
Mississippi State, Starkville
Specs: 5,217 square
feet. Produced by Capturion
Network, a little-known supplier in Laurel, Miss. The 17-year-old firm
also has made scoreboards for football stadiums at Rice and Southern
Mississippi and the new Auburn Arena.
Manufacturer: Capturion Network
University of Oklahoma,
Specs: 5,146 square
feet. Second in size in the Big 12 to Godzillatron,
but installed in 2008, making it two years newer than the Longhorns’ model.
Note: Stadiums dedicated specifically to college football
Source: SportsBusiness Journal
Darrell K Royal-
Texas Memorial Stadium
University of Texas, Austin
Specs: 7,437 square feet. Nicknamed “Godzillatron” because, of course, everything’s bigger in Texas.
TCF Bank Stadium
University of Minnesota,
Specs: 5,184 square feet. The scoreboard
is a big draw for the Gophers at their one-year-old facility, the Big Ten’s
first new football stadium in 50 years.
University of Tennessee,
Specs: 4,588 square feet. Same model as
the one installed at Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills.
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Electric and ANC