FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — A new video display will be installed on the north end zone scoreboard at Donald W. Reynolds Razorbacks Stadium in Fayetteville.
Athletic Department officials announced Monday that the school had partnered with LSI Industries Inc. for the nearly 38-foot by 167-foot display, which almost doubles the dimensions of the current video board.
Officials say the total cost of the project will exceed $4.63 million and installation is under way to replace the current board LSI provided 12 years ago.
Besides the 16 mm video display, four sections of 20 mm fascia displays will complement the fascia LSI manufactured for the University in 2009.
Also included in the project are new LED stadium identification signs, and new game clocks and play clocks on the north and south ends of the stadium.
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