Bryant Denny Stadium - Tuscaloosa, AL
Bryant Denny Stadium is named after George Denny, former Alabama President, as well as former head coach Paul "Bear" Bryant. Both Denny and Bryant are among the most popular names in the history of the university.
Bryant Denny Stadium opened in 1929, and has been going strong ever since. With a seating capacity of 92,138, Bryant Denny Stadium is among the largest stadiums in all of college football. As you can imagine, this makes the venue quite difficult for opposing teams.
For many years, Bryant Denny Stadium has been hosting Crimson Tide football games. It is safe to say that Alabama football would not be the same without Bryant Denny Stadium.