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USC football: Coliseum will feature 6,000-square-foot video board

April 11, 2011 | 11:47 am

Stadium_300 Construction of a 6,000-square-foot video board at the Coliseum is scheduled to be completed during the upcoming football season, the USC website reported Monday.

The screen, which will be at the west end of the stadium, will measure 150 feet wide and 40 feet tall.

Several college football stadiums have been outfitted with giant screens, perhaps most notably Texas' so-called Godzillatron.

Last season, USC played at Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium, which also features a huge video board.

-- Gary Klein

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Photo: Allen Bradford completes a 56-yard fourth-quarter touchdown run at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn., in September. Credit: David Joles / Minneapolis Star Tribune / MCT

 

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