See Auburn’s massive new scoreboard on video shot by drone

Sunday August 16th, 2015

Auburn’s new scoreboard won’t be officially unveiled until the Tigers host Jacksonville State on Sept. 12, but one enterprising Alabama resident got a sneak peak by capturing stunning bird’s-eye video with a drone. 

Auburn announced in February that it would pay nearly $14 million to install college football’s largest scoreboard at Jordan-Hare Stadium. The screen, which sits atop the stadium’s south end zone, is 190 feet wide and 57 feet tall, 3,169 square feet larger than Texas A&M’s. When the board is illuminated, its light can be seen from miles away

A YouTube user named “Auburn UAV” uploaded footage of the illuminated scoreboard on Sunday. 

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