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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Arizona Athletic Director Greg Byrne is no stranger to social media and on Sunday, he proved that with a series of tweets asking fans for their input on how to decorate the back of a video board in Arizona Stadium.

In a series of tweets showing three options, Byrne showed artist renderings of the choices: The word, “Arizona,” a bright Block A logo, or a muted Block A logo.

At the end of the day he declared that he received about 150 responses that were split between the first two choices.

Which is your favorite?

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