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Eat your heart out Jerry Jones. UNLV’s 60,000-seat stadium proposal will feature a 100-yard-long video screen, thats's 40 yards longer than the one Jones installed at Cowboys Stadium, according to the Las Vegas Sun...

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UNLV football totally deserves this...
Reply43 months
The first photo looks a bit like what you'd think the 2-minute hate in 1984 would be like.
Reply43 months
Welcome to The Brave New World, where tv is more reality than reality.
Reply43 months
I like it
Reply43 months
It'll be bigger than the stadium lol.
Reply43 months
UNLV football, brought to you by IMAX Theaters
Reply43 months
Very interesting architecture. I like how the design appears to replicate "theater" style seating; i.e., where the field is the stage instead of the center of a bowl. I wonder if more teams would consider this move since more and more fans complain about the views from their stadium seats compared with the view/experience from their couch. It could be a mix of the best of both worlds (assuming that the common person could afford a ticket).
Reply43 months
"The project is reported to have a price tag of $800 Million" That seems kind of cheap considering that other stadiums with similar features were over a billion, correct?
Reply43 months
DAMN
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