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Make Way for the New Scoreboards at Camp Randall Stadium



Camp Randalls 12-year old north football scoreboard was taken down Monday to make way for the new Daktronics integrated scoring and display systems poised to be installed this spring. The new $5 million video replay and scoreboard systems in both Camp Randall and the Kohl Center are scheduled for installation to be completed late this summer.

These integrated video, scoring, information and advertising display systems will be among the most sophisticated of any at NCAA facilities. Camp Randall Stadium patrons will enjoy the latest in large-screen video technology on a new north scoreboard measuring 50-feet high and 170-feet wide. That is nearly four times the size of the board taken down.

The main scoreboard will be one of the largest football scoreboards at any NCAA football facility. Resting on 16 concrete pylons, it will incorporate a large full color ProStar video display and a large monochrome Amber Galaxy display, each measuring approximately 26 feet high by 49 feet wide. A unique feature of the main scoreboard will be its angled design, with outside sections angled toward the center section, helping to enclose the stadium's seating bowl.

An auxiliary display, located at the southeast corner of the stadium mounted on the new athletic office building, will feature another ProStar video display measuring approximately 13 feet high by 23 feet wide.

Fans seated under the upper deck will be able to view a much larger scoreboard that will include a large video screen. This board will include all the basic scoring and timing functions as well.

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