The last time the Jacksonville Jaguars had a record over .500 was in 2007, but that’s not stopping them from spending some cash on stadium renovations.
The Jaguars unveiled two brand-new, gigantic scoreboards Saturday night as part of their $63 million renovation to EverBank Field. Both scoreboards, designed by Daktronics, measure at 60 feet high by 362 feet wide — the largest scoreboards in the world.
Here’s a video of the ceremony last night, where the scoreboards were introduced to fans.
The massive LED screens pass Texas Motor Speedway’s 94.6 feet high-by-218 feet wide board for the largest in the world. Hopefully, the team will have more than just one home win to show up on the big screen this season.
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