Here’s how Auburn’s gameday experience is better this year

Auburn fans react at the end of a win over Alabama during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Auburn, Ala., Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. Auburn beat Alabama 34-28. (AP Photo/Skip Martin)

Auburn fans react at the end of a win over Alabama during the second half of an NCAA college football game in Auburn, Ala., Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013. Auburn beat Alabama 34-28. (AP Photo/Skip Martin)

Are you going to an Auburn home football game this year?

If the answer is yes, you will get to experience the new and improved Jordan-Hare Stadium. The school announced improvements to many of the stadium amenities on Friday — and that’s in addition to the new video board that is now the largest in college football.

The 190×57 foot video board is touted by the school as having the latest in video, sound, and layout quality. The best view of the board comes from seat section 41 if you want prime viewing of Auburn’s newest toy.

Other improvements include better WiFi, remodeled concession stands, and restroom improvements. The school now claims you will be able to get a stronger connection to the WiFi inside or outside of the stadium in case you can’t grab a ticket. This is great news for your potential tailgates.

The concession stands now have $2 water and $3 hot dogs, but that is nothing compared to the 12 (this is not a typo) funnel cake locations.

If that was not enough the restrooms now have cooling fans. The restrooms may not be the best place in the world to escape the Alabama heat, but if you do have to step away from the action at least you get a chance to cool down.

It sounds like going to an Auburn football game just got a lot better.

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