November 8th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

The University of Georgia will show off its LED light display, which cost $950,000 to purchase and install, at Sanford Stadium when they face Missouri on Saturday. This weekend, the Bulldogs will shine different colored lights during its military appreciation game, according to Mike Bilbow, the assistant athletic director of digital and production. In an emailed statement, longtime Georgia sports information director Claude Felton said “there was a process over a two-year period of researching options as well as studying other stadiums and arenas.” The move to install the lights was an administrative decision, but the idea for the colored lights originated with Melvin Robinson, assistant athletic director for facility operations, Felton said. The plans weren’t made official until the University of Georgia Athletic Association Board of Directors approved it in February. – Henry Queen, The Read & Black, Read More

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