Greg Byrne

Greg Byrne Calls Alabama ‘Home’ Amid Pac-12 Speculation
Byrne has been the Alabama athletic director since 2017 and in such time has extended contracts on Nick Saban, fired Avery Johnson and hired Nate Oats and hired Brad Bohannon. The football team has won two national championships while he has been in charge, the basketball team is in the midst of its…
Greg Bryne Planning for Full Bryant-Denny in 2021
Alabama athletic director Greg Byrne commented on the story insinuating that the athletic department is planning on returning to a full capacity Bryant-Denny Stadium for the 2021 season. This past year the stadium was reduced to 20% capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alabama Football Leads March Against Social Injustice
There was no football practice Monday for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Instead, its players and coaches participated in a march protesting the social injustices that have ignited outrage again throughout the country. From Breonna Taylor, to George Floyd to Jacob Blake, we have all seen and heard about …
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 Bry…