With Kyle Field undergoing renovations, Texas A&M officials gave an update to the media on Tuesday about the project, revealing a couple interesting tidbits in the process.
Namely, the new Kyle Field will house college football’s largest scoreboard. It will be 47 feet tall and 163 feet wide. It’s square footage of 7,661 feet will beat out the sport’s current largest scoreboard — the one at Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium in Austin — by 291 feet.
Here’s an artist’s rendering of what the scoreboard will look like in the stadium. You can get another good look here:
The final attendance capacity for the renovated Kyle Field will be 102,500 in 2015, up from 82,600 today.
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