The University of Michigan this week unveiled renderings of the new scoreboards slated to be installed at Michigan Stadium.
The boards are set to be installed prior to the 2023 football season, with construction set to being following the 2022 season.
According to release on the school's webiste, the full project involves a full replacement of both Michigan Stadium video boards (one in each end zone), the addition of columns onto the existing structures, equipment upgrades in the Crisler Center control room and production studio, and the installation of a new sound system for the seating bowl and stadium concourse.
The project is self-funded by the University of Michigan Athletic Department. All costs for the project derive from gifts to Michigan Athletics, specifically restricted to capital improvements. Check out the renderings below: