TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- The University of Alabama is considering
another expansion of Bryant-Denny Stadium.
The university has hired Davis Architects of Birmingham to study
an expansion of the south end zone along Bryant Drive, along with
other athletic facility upgrades.
The stadium was expanded to 92,138 seats before last season, and
Crimson Tide fans filled them up even for a spring A-Day scrimmage
last weekend amid excitement fueled by the hiring of coach Nick
Athletic department officials will present a list of possible
projects to the board of trustees in June as part of the five-year
plan the department gives to trustees each year, athletic spokesman
Doug Walker told The Tuscaloosa News in a story Friday.
The list of potential upgrades includes renovation of
Sewell-Thomas Stadium, an indoor tennis complex and a crew facility
on the Black Warrior River.
Athletic director Mal Moore said the university is still in
"the exploratory phase" on those projects.
"Part of that planning involves potential additions to
UA Considering Another Bryant-Denny Stadium Expansion
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