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The Texas-Sized Video Screens At The Final Four Are Bigger Than The Basketball Court (PHOTOS)

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Fans attending the Final Four aren't likely to argue against the saying that "everything is bigger in Texas" after getting a look at the enormous video screens at AT&T Stadium.

Even at 94 feet by 50 feet, the basketball court was dwarfed by the colossal screens hanging above it. With AT&T Stadium built in Arlington to be the home of Dallas Cowboys, they were sized for the NFL experience as envisioned by Jerry Jones. According to the Cowboys' official website, these two screens are 160 feet across and 72 feet tall. Those Texas-sized measurements make them about twice the size of the basketball court below during the Final Four.

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