PHOTOS: Texas A&M completes CFB's largest videoboard
Call it 'Mechagodzillatron': as promised, Texas A&M has finished construction on college football's largest videoboard.
Back in February, Texas A&M promised that its blockbuster Kyle Field renovations would include a new videoboard that just-so-happened to be fractionally larger than Texas's legendary "Godzillatron" -- making it the largest videoboard in college football. (And, more to the point, the largest one in the state of Texas.)
And as of Wednesday, per the official A&M Twitter feed, that videoboard is complete:
Here's what it looks like without the graphics, via Twitter user Kyle Cokinos:
The only thing left to do is give it a nickname. May we suggest Mechagodzillatron? Or -- even better -- Mothratron?
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