Bryant-Denny Stadium

Should Bryant-Denny Stadium Require Proof of Vaccination For Entry This Fall?
Should Bryant-Denny Stadium Require Proof of Vaccination For Entry This Fall?
The Alabama football program has led the college football world in standard of play for the last 14 seasons. The Crimson Tide has even embraced the vaccine along with the rest of the SEC, Alabama's football program was 90% vaccinated as of SEC Media Days 2021 and is closer to 100% vaccinated as the season approaches. Should the Tide lead the state and the SEC by requiring proof of vaccination or a negative test to get into the games?
COVID-19 Causes Construction Hiatus
COVID-19 Causes Construction Hiatus
The Bryant-Denny construction site was quite over the weekend as work was suspended due to some employees testing positive for COVID-19 coronavirus. The project has been allowed to continue throughout the pandemic as Kay Ivey declared construction as essential. Caddell Construction Company did not disclose how many employees tested positive for the coronavirus but the company did confirm the project was back underway.
Greg Byrne Updates Bryant-Denny Construction
Greg Byrne Updates Bryant-Denny Construction
The COVID-19 coronavirus has shut down many industries throughout the nation; one industry that has been allowed to continue is construction. Alabama Athletic Director Greg Bryne revealed to Eli Gold on the Alabama Athletic Spring Update Show that the governor allowed construction to continue at Bryant Denny Stadium. Today he turned to Twitter to give the Alabama fan base a tour of the progress at the stadium.