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Much bigger Raidervision going up at the Jones

By James Clark | email  

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – Texas Tech announced on its Athletic Department Facebook page that a new big screen is going up in Jones AT&T stadium.  The posting indicates that the new screen will be 10 to 12 feet wider than the current one.

The posting says, "The Jones will have a new, larger Raidervision in place on the north end for the game on Oct. 16 vs. OSU!"

According to that same Facebook post eventually there will be a new screen about three times larger than the current "Raidervision" screen at the south end.  Some of Texas Tech's Facebook fans are urging Tech to preserve the big Double T scoreboard as the new giant Raidervision is built in the future.

So what will happen to the Double T?  "We don't know yet," says a spokesman for the Athletic Department.  "There's still a lot of planning that has to be done."

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