Pac-12 Championship Football Game, Levi's® Stadium, 2014-2016
The Champion of the West
In 2014 the Pac-12 announced it would stage its Pac-12 Football Championship Game at Levi’s® Stadium for the next three years. This move allowed the teams to compete at a neutral site and an opportunity to play in a state-of-the-art stadium. Infinite Scale was tasked with creating an easily interchangeable system for future partners and teams. Using a multi-year master plan, a graphic system was implemented utilizing a combination of new and reusable graphic elements. Over the three years, each Pac-12 Football Championship Game brought its own excitement as well as a unique experience for the fans, coaches and players. See below for an overview of the 2014-2016 Pac-12 Football Championship games.
The 2014 Pac-12 Football Championship Game was raised to a new level as it would determine which team would advance to the Rose Bowl, one of the semi-final games for the College Football Playoff National Championship. This inaugural year at Levi’s Stadium was a terrific showcase for Infinite Scale’s event graphic overlay system.
In 2015, the Game was part of a year-long celebration of the Conference centennial and helped honor the Pac-12 All-Century Football Team – a dream team of the all-time greatest football players in conference history. Infinite Scale implemented a unique centennial mark in lieu of the Pac-12 shield that was made apparent throughout the stadium. The system combined the modern, west coast feel of the Pac-12 with team and historical imagery to focus on the past and present of a conference rich in history and excellence.
Finally, at the 2016 Pac-12 Football Championship Game history was made. The Washington Huskies and the Colorado Buffaloes made their debut in the Pac-12 Championship. Levi’s® Stadium was transformed into a sea of purple and gold graphics, and the final year of the system proved to be just as exciting as the first.