COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- Maryland Athletics debuted two new videoboards at Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium this fall, including one of the largest in America which was unveiled for Friday's football game against #5 Iowa. The 120-foot-by-54-foot (3,600-by-1,620 pixels) display in the West end zone (adjacent to the Stadium Drive garage) is 6,532 square feet, making it the ninth-largest collegiate videoboard in the country and largest in the Big Ten Conference. The display will be the first in college athletics to operate end-to-end in 1080p HDR (High Dynamic Range) broadcast quality. This board replaces one that measured 49-foot by 30-foot, making the new LED display area nearly six times larger than the previous board, which was more than 15 years old.