The Jacksonville Jaguars on Saturday unveiled the massive new scoreboard at EverBank Field in front of throngs of excited fans (and I guess there was a soccer match too).
Just how big is this scoreboard? Think Jerry Jones wet dream. Now multiply that by 10,000.
Or, in regular measurement terms: 60 feet high, 362 feet long, with 35.5 million LED bulbs. That’s a lot of LED bulbs.
The scoreboard is just part of a $63 million renovation at EverBank, which also includes the installation of a pool and cabanas, so fans can sit in a cabana during football games.
The video presentation used to break in the new scoreboard featured plenty of patriotism, just in case fans were confused about which country they happened to be in.
If you’re in a football stadium looking at a giant scoreboard shooting fireworks? You’re probably in America. But just in case you weren’t sure, here are some images of flags, soldiers and eagles. Now watch soccer???
Okay Jerry Jones, what you got? Stadium that converts into a flying saucer for road games on the moon? You know Jerry has his people drawing that up. Jerry will be ordering in some of the really good weed for his brainstorming sessions.
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