If you’re bored at work, watch this

Auburn Tigers, Southeastern Conference, Jordan-Hare Stadium
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A view of the stadium during a game between the Auburn Tigers and Mississippi State Bulldogs at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama. (Butch Dill / Getty Images)

Because football isn’t big enough in the SEC. The largest video board in college sports will live at Auburn’s Jordan-Hare Stadium this fall.

The massive 190-by-57 foot board – that’s 10,830-square-feet – is under construction, AL.com reports. If you’re bored at work, you can keep up with the progress of the $13.9 million project behind the south end zone watching a livestream video (above).

How do the rest of the video boards across the SEC rank?

Georgia Bulldogs, Sanford Stadium, Southeastern Conference

Scoreboard at Sanford Stadium among smallest in SEC.
(John Kelley / UGA Sports)

Texas A&M is second overall nationally and in the SEC with a 163-by-47 foot board (7,661 square feet). Arkansas follows with the fifth largest nationally – third in the SEC – with a 166.3-by-37.8 foot board (6,286 square feet).

Georgia ranks 11th in the SEC (36th nationally) with a 73-by-36 foot board (2,628 square feet) at Sanford Stadium.

The smallest video board in the SEC belongs to defending conference champion Alabama, which has a 53-by-20 foot display at Bryant-Denny Stadium.


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