Check out Norcross High School in Atlanta who has the largest video board of any prep program in the entire country. It features 1,513 feet of video space, making it larger than the Crimson Tide's board...



Per NHS activities director Kirk Barton...
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“[The old scoreboard] was about 15 or 16 years old and outdated,” Barton explained. “We found a company called Formetco who really jumped on board and was able to expand on Coach Maloof’s vision for the project. The parents went out and solicited private donations for this. There were no school funds or booster funds used for this project. It was all private donations, and they got it taken care of.”


(Bleacher Report)
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jj06 - 1 day ago
Is there another county in the country that has as many good teams and passionate fans as Gwinnett?

Yes! Check out Reg. 1AAAAAA (& formerly Reg. 1AAAAA) in Georgia.
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I mean our boards aren't all that big to begin with, but we have 4 in every corner of the stadium, which makes them practical. Don't need a big board when you can turn your head in any direction and see the score comfortably.
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frick Norcross
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It's hard to beat Gwinnett for football passion. There are now 19 public high schools and several private academies. I can't think of any, well maybe Meadowcreek, that aren't competitive.
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Is there another county in the country that has as many good teams and passionate fans as Gwinnett?
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Wow what a waste. It's so far from the field/bleachers.
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Its not about the size of the scoreboard, its how you use it..55-44
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What a waste of my tax dollars
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eh...Bama spends their money wisely...like on players...not on silly video boards.
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Is it real cause that's just a rendering.
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More room for ads
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