Crews are dismantling the scoreboard at Memorial Stadium in preparation for a new state-of-the art video display board at the north end of the field. The new scoreboard is expected to cost $3.5 million and will be roughly three times larger than the old scoreboard, according to MU athletics department spokesman Chad Moller. The new board is expected to be in place for the first home football game on Sept. 12.
Out with the old: Memorial Stadium's scoreboard coming down
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