Bucs fans get first look at Ray Jay renovations

- There’s a new fan experience inside Raymond James stadium, thanks to a host of new high tech upgrades.

“Look at the lights, look at the sound, bro! look at everything! You can’t beat that,” said fan Chauncey Molton Friday at the Bucs' home opener.

Fans got their first taste of the $140 million Ray J renovation project. It’s book-ended by two massive HD screens, each 9,600 square feet. 

“Definitely, when you see a replay, you’re really going to be able to see it,” said fan Todd Gicker

You also can’t miss the four other video boards sitting in each corner. The stadium has also been wrapped in a video screen.

“I thought the stadium was great before. It's definitely awesome now,” fan Niki Jones.

The audio system also received some TLC - 400 speakers surround the stadium, now providing booming surround sound.

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As much as the new tech helps, it means little if the players on the field don’t do their jobs.  Fans are expecting big things this season.  

“Superbowl! All the way,” Jones yelled.

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