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U of Tulsa's unique looking scoreboard


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Yeah but what's so unique about it? The quality? The size? It does look nice, and I suppose you're right that putting one in an arena seems unique.

It's rectangular. The sideline view is super wide screen HD, but the end zone view is much smaller with more emphasis on stats than video.

I'm surprised that more aren't set up this way to be honest...since more seats are along the sidelines, one would think the video capabilities would emphasize that.

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Yeah but what's so unique about it? The quality? The size? It does look nice, and I suppose you're right that putting one in an arena seems unique.

It's rectangular. The sideline view is super wide screen HD, but the end zone view is much smaller with more emphasis on stats than video.

I'm surprised that more aren't set up this way to be honest...since more seats are along the sidelines, one would think the video capabilities would emphasize that.

Why should the fans sitting on the end have a smaller video screen? Your thought is good in theory...but I don't quite understand the practical application...people on the sidelines really wouldn't benefit from a wider screen especially in a typical basketball arena.

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I guess if anything, the scoreboards in Vancouver and Tulsa are somewhat similar (but not as big) to the scoreboard at the JerryDome...

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As far as arena scoreboards, I've always been partial to the eight-sided one at Madison Square Garden.

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