Scoreboard Costs In Colts' New Stadium? $11.4 Million

Discussion in 'Indianapolis Colts' started by Cletusaurus, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. Cletusaurus

    Cletusaurus YES! YES! YES!

    The Colts biggest plays will look even bigger next season, with picture quality among the best in the NFL. Thats because the Indiana Stadium and Convention Building Authority on Monday unanimously approved an $11.4 million deal for two ginormous high-definition scoreboards at Lucas Oil Stadium. Consisting of three screens each, the 97-foot-wide-by-nearly-53-foot-high scoreboards will hang in the northwest and southeast corners of the building.

    Source: Meagen Ingerson, Indianapolis Star
  2. Underground Dyer

    Underground Dyer Chicago Bears Know-It-All

    Can't wait to see them next year when I travel to Indy to see the Bears play the Colts!
  3. nastynate184

    nastynate184 Fuck Michigan

    those sound bad ass
  4. Jammin Jaguar

    Jammin Jaguar English Student.

    Sounds cool. I'll be glad to see the back of the RCA Dome, I hate seeing the Jaguars have to go there and try and win as it normally means something huge. I like the look of this new stadium and it should be good to see how much it affects the opponent's performance. Are they going to pump sound in again?