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January 16, 2007 at 1:32 PM

Replay boards coming

We’ve written here before that the new replay screens at Hec Ed were expected to be in place by the Oregon game, Jan. 25.
It’s on schedule to happen as the new boards are being installed as this is written.
Here’s the official word from UW on what, exactly, is being installed.
“This is the second of two renovations to the scoreboard in the Bank of America Arena. The previous installation included the addition of the ProAd Ring Display [the ring below the main scoreboard]. This installation is scheduled to be completed in time for the University of Washington women’s basketball game vs. Washington State on Jan. 20.
“The new videoboard will be used to deliver live statistical information as well as instant replays and live in-game action. The University of Washington is also developing features to be used during the team’s entrance to the arena as well as player introductions and other in-game features.”

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