Auburn University trustees gave approval on Friday to build what would be the largest video scoreboard in college football, for a whopping $13.9-million, The Birmingham News reports. Construction on the scoreboard, which would measure 200 feet wide and 105 tall, is set to begin in March, and to be finished before the next football season.
The video portion of the scoreboard will measure 10,830 square feet. That will dwarf the second-largest video scoreboard in the nation—Texas A&M’s, which measures 7,661 square feet.
“This is going to be an enhancement that moms and dads are going to have to come to because their kids are going to want to see this video board, the biggest in college football,” the college’s athletic director, Jay Jacobs, said. “It’s going to be a great asset, not only for our fans but also our students and our prospective student-athletes.”