List of college football stadium video boards

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This is a list of the largest video boards in NCAA college football.

Current Records[edit]

Largest Screen: FBS: Texas A&M; FCS: Tennessee State

Largest Total Screen Area: FCS: Tennessee State, 16,956 sq. ft; FBS: Michigan State, 13,380 sq. ft.

Not a university owned and operated stadium

NCAA Division I FBS[edit]

Rank University Conference Stadium Dimensions (ft) Size (ft2) Pixel Pitch* (mm) Native Resolution Year
1 Texas A&M SEC Kyle Field 163 x 47 7,661[1] 13 2014
2 Texas Big 12 Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium 134 x 55 7,370[2] 20 2064 x 848 2006
3 Miami (FL) ACC Sun Life Stadium 138.5 x 48.5 6,717[3] 20 2112 x 736 2006
4 Arkansas SEC Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium 166.3 x 37.8 6,286[4] 16 3168 x 720 2012
5 Southern California Pac-12 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 150 x 40 6,000[5] 15 3000 x 792 2011
6 Michigan State Big Ten Spartan Stadium 114.7 x 47.2 5,414[6] 20 1750 x 720 2012
7 Arizona Pac-12 Arizona Stadium 112 x 47 5,264[7] 20 1728 x 720 2011
8 Mississippi State SEC Davis Wade Stadium 111 x 47 5,217[8] 2008
9 Ohio State Big Ten Ohio Stadium 124 x 42 5,208[9] 2448 x 792 2012
10 Minnesota Big Ten TCF Bank Stadium 108 x 48 5,184[10] 16 2040 x 900 2009
11 Oklahoma Big 12 Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium 166 x 31 5,146[11] 16 3168 x 600 2008
12 Baylor Big 12 McLane Stadium 107 x 47 5,029[12] 15 2014
13 Memphis The American Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium 98 x 48 4,704[13] 2012
14 Tennessee SEC Neyland Stadium 124 x 37 4,588[14] 2008
15 South Carolina SEC Williams-Brice Stadium 124 x 36 4,464[15] 2012
16 Virginia Tech ACC Lane Stadium 95.75 x 45.35 4,342[16] 19 2013
17 Wisconsin Big Ten Camp Randall Stadium 101 x 42 4,242[17] 2352 x 980 2013
18 Florida SEC Ben Hill Griffin Stadium 137 x 30 4,110[18] 16 1632 x 900 2009
19 Michigan Big Ten Michigan Stadium 85 x 47 3,995[19] 16 1632 x 900 2011
20 Nebraska Big Ten Memorial Stadium 117.6 x 33.6 3,951[20] 2004
21 Texas Tech Big 12 Jones AT&T Stadium 100 x 38 3,800[21] 16[22] 1905 x 724[22] 2013
22 Iowa Big Ten Kinnick Stadium 122 x 31 3,782[23] 2013
23 Wake Forest ACC BB&T Field 90 x 32 3,780[24] 2011
24 Vanderbilt SEC Vanderbilt Stadium 50 x 72 3,600[25] 2012
25 Illinois Big Ten Memorial Stadium 36 x 96 3,456[26] 2013
26 Indiana Big Ten Memorial Stadium 91 x 36 3,276[27] 15 2012
27 Ole Miss SEC Vaught–Hemingway Stadium 74.5 x 42 3,129[28] 16 1416 x 800 2008
28 Kentucky SEC Commonwealth Stadium 80 x 37 2,960[29] 15 2011
29 Pittsburgh ACC Heinz Field 95.5 x 30.5 2,913[30] 16 2007
30 Oregon Pac-12 Autzen Stadium 88 x 33 2,904[31] 2008
31 Iowa State Big 12 Jack Trice Stadium 79.5 x 36 2,862[32] 15 1584 x 720 2011
32 North Carolina State ACC Carter–Finley Stadium 88 x 30 2,640[33] 15 1776 x 600 2011
T-33 Georgia SEC Sanford Stadium 73 x 36 2,628[34] 23 2011
T-33 Washington State Pac-12 Martin Stadium 73 x 36 2,628[35] 1708 x 840 2013
35 Rutgers Big Ten High Point Solutions Stadium 68 x 37.75 2,567[36] 16 2009
36 New Mexico Mountain West Branch Field 80 x 32 2,560[37] 15 2013
37 Temple The American Lincoln Financial Field 96.5 x 26.5 2,557[38] 23 2003
38 Missouri SEC Faurot Field 80 x 30.5 2,440[39] 16 2009
39 Georgia State Sun Belt Georgia Dome 101 x 24 2,424[40] 1920 x 460 2009
T–40 Florida State ACC Doak Campbell Stadium 100 x 24 2,400[41] 23 1328 x 320 2008
T–40 Georgia Tech ACC Bobby Dodd Stadium 60 x 40 2,400[42] 2009
42 Oregon State Pac-12 Reser Stadium 80 X 30 2,400[43] 23 2007
43 Kansas Big 12 Memorial Stadium 85 x 28 2,380[44] 15 2010
44 East Carolina The American Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium 84 x 28 2,352[45] 2010
45 UCLA Pac-12 Rose Bowl 77 x 30 2,310[46] 15 1536 x 600 2011
46 Tulane The American Yulman Stadium 94 x 24 2,256[47] 15 2014
47 South Florida The American Raymond James Stadium 91 x 24.5 2,230[48] 34 816 x 216 1998
48 Navy Independent Navy – Marine Corps Memorial Stadium 88 x 25 2,200[49] 15
49 LSU SEC Tiger Stadium 80 x 27 2,160[50] 12 2009
50 Purdue Big Ten Ross–Ade Stadium 68.5 x 31.5 2,158[51] 23 2007
51 Connecticut The American Rentschler Field 28 x 73 2,044[52] 20 2013
52 Auburn SEC Jordan–Hare Stadium 71 x 28.5 2,024[53] 12 2007
53 West Virginia Big 12 Mountaineer Field 85 x 23.6 2,006[54] 22.5 2008
54 Brigham Young Independent LaVell Edwards Stadium 50 x 35 1,750[55] 16 960 x 672 2012
55 Virginia ACC Scott Stadium 57 x 32 1,824[56] 2009
56 Tulsa The American H.A. Chapman Stadium 55 x 31.5 1,733[57] 16 2007
57 TCU Big 12 Amon G. Carter Stadium 55.4 x 30.2 1,673[58] 16 2008
58 Stanford Pac-12 Stanford Stadium 66 x 24 1,584[59] 13 2013
59 Clemson ACC Memorial Stadium 61 x 25 1,525[60] 15 1272 x 504 2012
60 SMU The American Gerald J. Ford Stadium 45 x 32 1,440[61] 15 2010
61 Kansas State Big 12 Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium 61 x 23 1,403[62] 2006
62 Marshall C-USA Joan C. Edwards Stadium 49 x 27.5 1,348[63] 2010
63 Duke ACC Wallace Wade Stadium 67.5 x 19.5 1,316[64] 23 2009
64 North Texas C-USA Apogee Stadium 47 x 27 1,269[65] 2011
65 Southern Miss C-USA M. M. Roberts Stadium 58 x 21 1,218[66] 16 2007
66 Louisiana Tech C-USA Joe Aillet Stadium 45 x 25 1,125[67] 16 2009
67 Louisiana–Monroe Sun Belt Malone Stadium 48 x 23 1,104[68] 15 2011
68 Alabama SEC Bryant–Denny Stadium 53 x 20 1,060[69] 16 1008 x 380 2010
69 Army Independent Michie Stadium 49 x 20 980[70] 16 936 x 380 2008
70 Cincinnati The American Nippert Stadium 51.5 x 19 979[71] 23 672 x 240 2005
71 Oklahoma State Big 12 Boone Pickens Stadium 42 x 22.5 945[72] 16 2009
72 Hawaiʻi Mountain West Aloha Stadium 48 x 18 864[73] 2010
73 Akron MAC InfoCision Stadium 39 x 22 858[74] 2009
74 San Jose State Mountain West Spartan Stadium (San Jose, California) 35 x 24 840[75] 2011
75 UTSA C-USA Alamodome 33 x 25 825[76] 23 448 x 592
76 Utah Pac-12 Rice–Eccles Stadium 38 x 21.6 821[77] 23 496 x 288 2003
77 Wyoming Mountain West War Memorial Stadium 43 x 18 774[78] 16 816 x 340 2008
T-78 North Carolina ACC Kenan Memorial Stadium 32 x 24 768[79] 2003
T-78 Fresno State Mountain West Bulldog Stadium 32 x 24 768[80] 23 2006
80 New Mexico State Sun Belt Aggie Memorial Stadium 36 x 20.5 738[81] 23 2007
81 Nevada Mountain West Mackay Stadium 52 x 14 728[82] 25 2006
82 Rice C-USA Rice Stadium 35 x 20.5 718[83] 23 2006
83 Kent State MAC Dix Stadium 35.5 x 20 710[84] 16 2008
84 Bowling Green MAC Doyt Perry Stadium 35 x 19 665[85] 15 696 x 384 2011
T-85 Miami (OH) MAC Yager Stadium 33.5 x 19.5 653[86] 23 448 x 256 2004
T-85 UCF The American Bright House Networks Stadium 33.5 x 19.5 653[87] 23 2007
87 NIU MAC Huskie Stadium 39.5 x 15.5 612[88] 15 2013
88 Ball State MAC Scheumann Stadium 33 x 18 594[89] 2013
89 WKU Sun Belt L.T. Smith Stadium 31.5 x 18 567[90] 23 416 x 240 2002
90 UTEP C-USA Sun Bowl Stadium 26 x 20 520[91] 2001
91 Middle Tennessee C-USA Johnny "Red" Floyd Stadium 29 x 17 493[92] 23 382 x 224
92 Buffalo MAC University at Buffalo Stadium 21.5 x 20.5 441[93] 23 288 x 272
93 Northwestern Big Ten Ryan Field 24 x 18 432[94] 2001
94 Troy Sun Belt Movie Gallery Stadium 27.5 x 15.5 426[95] 23 368 x 208
95 Texas State Sun Belt Bobcat Stadium 25.5 x 14.5 370[96] 23

Not a university owned and operated stadium

* Pixel Pitch, the distance between pixel clusters, is a measure of high definition; a smaller pixel pitch corresponds with a higher resolution screen.

NCAA Division I FCS[edit]

Rank University Conference Stadium Dimensions (ft) Size (sq ft) Pixel Pitch (mm) Native Resolution Year
1 Tennessee State OVC LP Field 157 x 54 8,478[97] 16 [98] 2012
2 Jackson State SWAC Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium 64 x 24 1,536 23 2011
3 James Madison CAA Bridgeforth Stadium 60 x 24 1,440 15 2011
4 Wofford SoCon Gibbs Stadium 57 x 22 1,254[99] 22 2010
5 Lamar Southland Provost Umphrey Stadium 50 x 24 1,200[100] 20 2010
6 Charlotte FCS Independent Jerry Richardson Stadium 42 x 28.5 1,107[101] 20[102] 2013
7 Stony Brook CAA Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium 49 x 20 980[103] 16
8 Montana Big Sky Washington–Grizzly Stadium 36 x 26 936[104]
9 UAlbany CAA Bob Ford Field 38 x 21.5 817[105] 15 2013
10 Towson CAA Johnny Unitas Stadium 46.5 x 17 791[106] 16
11 Southern Utah Big Sky Eccles Coliseum 39 x 19 741[107] 20
12 Liberty Big South Williams Stadium 36.5 x 20 730[108] 16
13 Richmond CAA E. Claiborne Robins Stadium 35 x 19.5 683[109] 23
14 Appalachian State SoCon Kidd Brewer Stadium 40 x 17 680[110] 23
15 Delaware CAA Delaware Stadium 40 x 15.5 620[111] 23
16 Western Carolina SoCon E. J. Whitmire Stadium 31.5 x 17 536[112]
17 Weber State Big Sky Stewart Stadium 25.5 x 19.5 497[113] 23
18 South Dakota State Missouri Valley Coughlin–Alumni Stadium 28.5 x 16.5 470[114] 23
19 UC Davis Big Sky Aggie Stadium 24 x 19 456[115] 23
20 Eastern Washington Big Sky Roos Field 28 x 16 448[116] 15HD 2012
21 Princeton Ivy Princeton University Stadium 30 x 14.5 435[117] 23
22 VMI Big South Alumni Memorial Field 24 x 18 432[118] 23
23 Cal Poly Big Sky Alex G. Spanos Stadium 27.8 x 15.5 430[119] 23
24 The Citadel SoCon Johnson Hagood Stadium 27.5 x 15.5 426[120] 23
25 William & Mary CAA Zable Stadium 23 x 17 391[121] 23
26 Eastern Illinois Ohio Valley O'Brien Stadium 24 x 13.5 324[122] 16
27 Missouri State Missouri Valley Plaster Sports Complex 24 x 12 288[123] 23
28 South Carolina State MEAC Oliver C. Dawson Stadium 24 x 12 288[124] 23
29 McNeese State Southland Cowboy Stadium 19 x 14.5 276[125] 23
30 Austin Peay Ohio Valley Governors Stadium 21.5 x 12 258[126] 23
31 Stephen F. Austin Southland Homer Bryce Stadium 19 x 13 247[127] 23
32 James Madison CAA Bridgeforth Stadium 17 x 13.5 230[128] 23
33 Chattanooga SoCon Finley Stadium 17 x 13 221[129] 23
34 Jacksonville State Ohio Valley JSU Stadium 15.5 x 12 186[130] 23
35 Coastal Carolina Big South Brooks Stadium 14.5 x 11 160[131] 23
36 Eastern Kentucky Ohio Valley Roy Kidd Stadium 13.5 x 9.5 128[132]
37 Gardner–Webb Big South Ernest W. Spangler Stadium 13 x 9.5 124[133] 23

NCAA Division II[edit]

Rank University Conference Stadium Dimensions (ft) Size (sq ft) Pixel Pitch (mm) Native Resolution Year
1 Pittsburg State MIAA Carnie Smith Stadium 68 x 23 1,564[134]

Future[edit]

The following video board will be installed for the 2013 college football season.

University Conference Stadium Dimensions (ft) Size (sq ft) Pixel Pitch (mm) Native Resolution

† Not a University owned and operated facility.

Notes[edit]

  • Michigan State Spartan Stadium installed three new video boards for the 2012 season. The larger South LED board measures 47.2 feet (14.4 m) high by 114.8 feet (35.0 m) wide for a total of 5,412 square feet (502.8 m2). The two North LED boards measure 31.5 feet (9.6 m) high by 52.5 feet (16.0 m) wide for a total of 1,653.75 square feet (153.638 m2) each. When combined, the three boards measure 8,719.5 square feet (810.07 m2), making it the largest combined board system in the country. Also, the stadium includes a 10 feet (3.0 m) high by 450 feet (140 m) wide ribbon video board along the top of the bleachers in the north endzone, which adds another 4,500 square feet (420 m2) to make a grand total of 13,219.5 square feet (1,228.13 m2).
  • University of Kentucky installed two new video boards for the 2011 season. Each LED video board measures approximately 37 feet (11 m) high by 80 feet (24 m) wide (2,960 square feet), making each display the 28th-largest scoreboard in the country. Combined, the 5,920 square feet (550 m2) will make the new video boards one of the largest scoreboard systems in the country.[29]
  • Michigan installed two new video boards for the 2011 season. Each LED board measures 47.1 feet (14.4 m) high by 84.8 feet (25.8 m) wide for a total of 3,991 square feet (370.8 m2). When combined, the two boards measure 7,982 square feet (741.6 m2), making it the one of the largest combined board systems in the country.[19]
  • BYU installed two new high-definition LED video boards at Lavell Edwards Stadium for the 2012 season in the North and South end zones along with video ribbon boards. Each of the end zone boards measures approximately 51.3 feet (15.6 m) wide by 35.7 feet (10.9 m) high for a total of 3,663 square feet (340.3 m2). They are 16 mm pitch with a native resolution of 960 x 672 pixels. The two South end ribbon boards are 210 feet (64 m) wide and 4 feet (1.2 m) tall with 20 mm pitch and a native resolution of 2400 x 64 pixels. The two North end ribbon boards are 204 feet (62 m) wide and 4 feet (1.2 m) tall with 20 mm pitch and a native resolution of 2340 x 64 pixels.[135]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Texas A&M University to Install Largest Video Display in College Football
  2. ^ That's one big Bevo of a scoreboard
  3. ^ Dolphin Stadium Daktronics Page
  4. ^ University of Arkansas Case Study
  5. ^ LA Coliseum Installs Large High Definition LED Video Display, Daktronics, September 8, 2011
  6. ^ AnthonyJamesPartners
  7. ^ Arizona stadium upgrade: Screen pass: Scoreboard comes up 'huge'
  8. ^ One Of Largest HD Video Boards
  9. ^ Scoreboard will roar at the ’Shoe
  10. ^ Minnesota Daktronics Page
  11. ^ Oklahoma Daktronics Page
  12. ^ Baylor Taps Daktronics for McLane Stadium Video Display
  13. ^ FedEx Donates $2.5 Million For Video Board Overhaul At Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
  14. ^ New Neyland Stadium scoreboard treats Knoxville to overnight light show
  15. ^ [1]
  16. ^ Panasonic builds new Virginia Tech video boards.
  17. ^ [2]
  18. ^ 2009 Video Board Upgrades
  19. ^ a b TS Sports/Lighthouse Selected as Scoreboard Provider for Big House, Crisler, Yost
  20. ^ HuskerVision Video Board
  21. ^ Williams, Don (March 29, 2013). "Tech stadium project on track for summer completion". Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. Retrieved 29 March 2013. 
  22. ^ a b Winegamer. "Construction continues on $11 million stadium video board". Retrieved 3 May 2013. 
  23. ^ [3]
  24. ^ BB&T Field
  25. ^ Tennessean Article on Stadium Upgrades
  26. ^ Illinois Football Homepage
  27. ^ IU Athletics to Enhance Football Game-Day Experience with High-Tech Scoreboard
  28. ^ Ole Miss Daktronics Page
  29. ^ a b ukathletics.com
  30. ^ Heinz Field Daktronics Page
  31. ^ Sizing up the rivalry in Oregon
  32. ^ Renderings For Jack Trice Stadium Videoboard Display
  33. ^ NC State Daktronics Page
  34. ^ Georgia Daktronics Page
  35. ^ [4]
  36. ^ Rutgers Daktronics Page
  37. ^ New Mexico Lobos video–board, Daktronics
  38. ^ Lincoln Financial Field Daktronics Page
  39. ^ Mizzou Daktronics Page
  40. ^ [5] p. 11
  41. ^ Florida State Daktronics Page
  42. ^ New Football Video Board Nearing Completion
  43. ^ Reser Stadium
  44. ^ [6]
  45. ^ Growing Season - Football Stadium Expansion
  46. ^ Rose Bowl Stadium Upgrades LED Video Displays & Scoreboards
  47. ^ In Yulman Stadium, Tulane strives for unique home, ‘taste of New Orleans’
  48. ^ Raymond James Stadium Daktronics Page
  49. ^ Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
  50. ^ Athletics Begins Installation of New Video Boards
  51. ^ Purdue Daktronics Page
  52. ^ UConn Huskies Rentschler Field
  53. ^ Auburn Daktronics Page
  54. ^ Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium Outdoor LED Solution
  55. ^ BYU ANCSports
  56. ^ Scott Stadium Scoreboard
  57. ^ Tulsa Daktronics Page
  58. ^ TCU TS-Sports Page
  59. ^ Stanford University to Upgrade Football Stadium with Daktronics Integrated Video Display Systems
  60. ^ Clemson Daktronics Page
  61. ^ SMU Athletics Site
  62. ^ Bill Snyder Family Stadium
  63. ^ Marshall upgrades athletic facilities
  64. ^ Duke Daktronics Page
  65. ^ Apogee Stadium
  66. ^ Southern Miss Announces New State-of-the-Art Video Board for M.M. Roberts Stadium
  67. ^ Louisiana Tech Facilities, Joe Aillet Stadium
  68. ^ University of Louisiana at Monroe to Upgrade with Daktronics LED Technology
  69. ^ Alabama Daktronics Page
  70. ^ Army Daktronics Page
  71. ^ Cincinnati Daktronics Page
  72. ^ Daktronics Covers All Corners at OSU’s Boone Pickens Stadium - See more at: http://sportsvideo.org/main/blog/2009/09/daktronics-covers-all-corners-at-osu%E2%80%99s-boone-pickens-stadium/#sthash.FtC2V2iR.dpuf
  73. ^ Meeting minutes Aloha Stadium
  74. ^ University of Akron Stadium
  75. ^ [7]
  76. ^ Alamodome Daktronics Page
  77. ^ Utah Daktronics Page
  78. ^ Wyoming Daktronics Page
  79. ^ Tar Heel Monthly: Kenan Gets Video Board
  80. ^ Bulldog Stadium To Get New Video Board
  81. ^ New Mexico State Daktronics Page
  82. ^ ANC Sports Outdoor Video Screens Mackay Stadium
  83. ^ Rice Daktronics Page
  84. ^ Kent State Daktronics Page
  85. ^ Bowling Green Daktronics Page
  86. ^ Miami (OH) Daktronics Page
  87. ^ UCF Daktronics Page
  88. ^ Northern Illinois University Upgrades Huskie Stadium
  89. ^ Video Boards to Enhance Fan Experience at Ball State
  90. ^ WKU Daktronics Page
  91. ^ Sun Bowl Stadium
  92. ^ Middle TN State Daktronics Page
  93. ^ Buffalo Daktronics Page
  94. ^ Northwestern Athletics - Background
  95. ^ Troy Daktronics Page
  96. ^ Texas State Daktronics Page
  97. ^ [8]
  98. ^ [9]
  99. ^ athletics.wofford.edu
  100. ^ lamar.edu
  101. ^ [10]
  102. ^ [11]
  103. ^ Stony Brook Daktronics Page
  104. ^ montanagrizzlies.com
  105. ^ UAlbany Daktronics Press Release
  106. ^ Towson Daktronics Page
  107. ^ Southern Utah Daktronics Page
  108. ^ Liberty Daktronics Page
  109. ^ Richmond Daktronics Page
  110. ^ Appalachian State Daktronics Page
  111. ^ Delaware Daktronics Page
  112. ^ Western Carolina Daktronics Page
  113. ^ Weber State Daktronics Page
  114. ^ South Dakota State Daktronics Page
  115. ^ UC Davis Daktronics Page
  116. ^ [12]
  117. ^ Princeton Daktronics Page
  118. ^ VMI Daktronics Page
  119. ^ Cal Poly Daktronics Page
  120. ^ The Citadel Daktronics Page
  121. ^ William & Mary Daktronics Page
  122. ^ Eastern Illinois Daktronics Page
  123. ^ Missouri State Daktronics Page
  124. ^ South Carolina State Daktronics Page
  125. ^ McNeese State Daktronics Page
  126. ^ Austin Peay Daktronics Page
  127. ^ Stephen F. Austin Daktronics Page
  128. ^ James Madison Daktronics Page
  129. ^ Chattanooga Daktronics Page
  130. ^ Jacksonville State Daktronics Page
  131. ^ Coastal Carolina Daktronics Page
  132. ^ Eastern Kentucky Daktronics Page
  133. ^ Gardner–Webb Daktronics Page
  134. ^ Pittsburg State Daktronics Page
  135. ^ http://www.provo.org/userfiles/downloads/commdev/admin_hearing_staff_report_may_2_2012_-_item_1.pdf