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Father, Son Build Incredible College Football Stadium Using 5,000 Legos

General view of Williams-Brice Stadium.

COLUMBIA, SC - NOVEMBER 02: A general view of the kickoff between the Mississippi State Bulldogs and South Carolina Gamecocks during their game at Williams-Brice Stadium on November 2, 2013 in Columbia, South Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

When it comes to college football fans, there's no telling what they will do to show their loyalty to their favorite team. Nothing is off limits.

We've seen ornate lawn designs, man caves stocked with memorabilia, tattoos and more. We've even seen some people replicate their team's stadium using Legos.

Any Lego endeavor is going to take some time, particularly when you try to make your project as detailed as possible. That's what South Carolina fan David Robinson and his son did.

Robinson, a South Carolina alum according to his Twitter profile, used Legos to create a replica of the Gamecocks' home field, Williams-Brice Stadium.

He tweeted out the finished product yesterday. It's pretty incredible.

If the stadium took over 5,000 pieces to build, God only knows how many hours it took.

The press box, the scoreboard, the spiral towers. That's legit craftsmanship.

Well done David and son.