POTB 147: The Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall gameday experience

  • 10/26/2016 10:50 am in

Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with host Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call. The show is now available each Wednesday during the offseason.

In this week’s edition of the show, Morris and Inside the Hall editor Alex Bozich are joined by Jeremy Gray of IU Athletics for an in-depth discussion on the Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall renovations. The discussion hits on the following topics:

· Changes in the gameday experience that fans should expect this season in Bloomington
· What the selection process was like for the new scoreboard
· How IU decided which pieces of history to display in the building
· The touch screens in the south lobby of Assembly Hall
· How the Cuban Center and new 3D technology will be on display at games this season
· The reaction of broadcast partners to the technology available in the Cuban Center
· Reaction to the ’83 and ’13 Big Ten banners being removed from display

And plenty more. As always, feel free to drop the show a note at jerod@assemblycall.com.

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  • Trevor Howenstine

    Wondering if we have a 3D viewer, if we will be able to buy for example the UNC Indiana game video this december. (If we win of course)

  • Trevor Howenstine

    Not to mention this as a recruiting tool. Let the recruit walk out onto assembly hall floor. Put the audio throughout the venue, with the viewer on and experience what it is like during a home game on the floor. Compile a 30 minute action packed high flying dunks and game winning 3’s video with the crowd going nuts, the band, cheerleaders and timeout huddles/strategies. 5 stars committing left and right…

  • Ms hoosier

    I got tickets for the Nebraska game and can’t wait to see the new Hall got to get there early and tour the new Hall

  • Ms hoosier

    I must have missed it somehow. But why did they remove the 83 and 13 banner?

  • CreamandCrimson

    Each of the other Big Ten titles were commemorated on a single banner (the year is listed). Fred Glass decided that no one (or two) teams accomplishment should be singled out and that each Big Ten Championship should be listed on one banner.