Alabama had to wait until the Third Saturday in October to show off the new LED lights at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The color changes and music-synced effects impressed many Crimson Tide fans even UA coach Nick Saban. There was one problem – the lights were a bit too bright for Alabama fans seated in the upper decks.

Athletic Director Greg Byrne shared Friday night that the brightness has been adjusted in an effort to give some relief to the fans in the upper levels:

For those sitting in upper decks of Bryant-Denny who had the new LED lights shining on them a little strongly last weekend…. our folks dimmed the corner fixtures to 50% today.Hoping that will give you all some relief.  :sunglasses:#RollTide :elephant:

The lights should be on display again Saturday as the Arkansas game is set for a 6 p.m. local (7 p.m. ET) kickoff. The game will air on ESPN. On last week’s ESPN broadcast of the Tennessee game, the lights gave the broadcast noticeably different brightness and color temperature than college football games elsewhere.