At an estimated cost of $1.7 million dollars, Carnie Smith Stadium at Pittsburg State recieved what was billed as a video board that is “the largest at any NCAA Division II stadium and will also boast a larger video viewing capacity than those at the University of Missouri, Kansas State University and the University of Kansas.”

At an estimated cost of $1.7 million dollars, Carnie Smith Stadium at Pittsburg State recieved what was billed as a video board that is “the largest at any NCAA Division II stadium and will also boast a larger video viewing capacity than those at the University of Missouri, Kansas State University and the University of Kansas.”

The new “Jungletron” debuted during the Gorillas’ home football opener against Missouri Southern, after contruction during the summer months.

The board features a 40-foot by 70-foot LED display with five video cameras and a new sound system.

It is all connected to a control room at Carnie Smith Stadium by fiber-optic cables.