JumboJerry: You Too?

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Don't really get U2 so I'm not live on the scene in Arlington, but one of my faithful Sportatorium readers sends word (and the above photo) from Cowboys Stadium that U2's monstrosity of a stage wouldn't exactly fit under JumboJerry so it had to be, um, moved to one of the end zones.

Is the thing too big for its own good?

UPDATE: I'm now hearing from folks who spent a pretty penny for tickets and primo views on the 50 who are, shall I say, a tad pissed that the stage was moved. Uh-oh.

UPDATE II: Tony Romo and Jason Witten are in the house.

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