Greg Byrne says Alabama is planning to have Bryant-Denny Stadium at full capacity next fall
Things could be returning to normal before you know it.
Not long after South Carolina AD Ray Tanner shared his optimism that Williams-Brice Stadium could be full next fall, now we’re hearing the same from Tuscaloosa.
That’s according to Crimson Tide AD Greg Byrne who announced on Monday that the school is moving forward with plans to have Bryant-Denny at capacity in the fall after it was announced that Alabama plans to return fully to in-person teaching in the fall.
“With this announcement, we’ve received a number of questions regarding capacity at Bryant-Denny for Alabama Football in 2021. We are moving forward with plans to have a full stadium in the fall and will monitor medical guidelines as we have all along,” Byrne shared.
While nothing is finalized at this time, it continues to look like things will be back to normal and SEC stadiums will be rocking this fall.