A scoreboard has never won a team a football game.
In fact, it could be argued that in at least one case one actually caused more harm than good.
Still, that doesn't mean a high quality scoreboard isn't a nice thing to have, and the Arizona Wildcats definitely have one.
Their board, which debuted in 2011, is a nice amenity in a stadium that has been renovated over the last few years.
It's also the sixth-best scoreboard in all of NCAA football, according to Edward Aschoff of ESPN.com.
The video board inside Arizona Stadium is 5,264 square feet (112-by-47), but there's more to it than just the size. When it was constructed 2011, Arizona's administration decided to make it more than just a fan experience; they created a player and recruit experience. This bad boy not only introduces players and coaches in high quality, it also is Xbox compatible. Is it necessary to play video games on a screen with 1,728-by-720 resolution? Absolutely not, but it's awesome just the same.