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Alabama has plans to renovate Bryant-Denny Stadium

Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  By Larry Brown  |  Last updated 8/15/18


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The University of Alabama has plans to renovate some of its athletic facilities, including the football team’s home, Bryant-Denny Stadium.

The Tuscaloosa News says the athletic department will announce the long-term facilities plan on Thursday, with the plans subject to approval from the board of trustees.

Improvements to Bryant-Denny Stadium will include a new video board and extra luxury boxes. The plan would reduce the stadium seating capacity by what they say is a small percentage.

The campus basketball and softball homes, Coleman Coliseum and Rhoads Stadium, are also expected to be impacted by the plan.

Bama reducing the capacity at Bryant-Denny Stadium would follow a recent trend of college football stadium renovations that have done the same.

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