College football's largest scoreboard wasn't the end point. In fact, it was just the beginning.
Auburn is moving forward with plans -- though, crucially, they have not been approved -- to update Jordan-Hare Stadium in a move that could begin after the 2016 season. Most of the renovation would be focused on the North end zone and, as with all these projects these days, adding more suites and premium areas across the stadium.
At this point, Auburn is in the research and development phase, looking for feedback from Tigers stakeholders.
"Before we move forward and ask for approval on such a major project, it's vitally important for us to reach out to the Auburn Family," Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs said in a statement. "This survey is critical because it will help us determine the level of interest and support for a potential renovation to Jordan-Hare Stadium. The level of interest and support in a major stadium renovation must be substantial for it to be feasible."