PatronPATRON + Do you remember when Bryant-Denny Stadium looked like this? (Includes -some names of graduates in 1914) June 14, 2021 April 10, 2022by Donna R Causey To view this content, you must be a member of Alabama Pioneers Patrons's Patreon at $2 or more Unlock with PatreonAlready a qualifying Patreon member? Refresh to access this content. Tags: 1914Alabama historyTBTUniversity of Alabama
Well, sort of. Denny Field was behind the President’s mansion. (Bryant-) Denny Stadium was built elsewhere.
This just smacks of jealousy because of Auburn’s stadium renovations. 😉
Hindsight is 20/20
The beginning of a great place- I’m sure, then, it was the greatest also.ROLL TIDE!
You should have seen Auburn’s stadium in the late 50’s.
It’s came a long way in 100 years.
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I remember when one side didn’t have an upper deck.
Carrie Beth Bonfield. I know u love history so much
The only thing interesting about that is Alabama football
I see me in the latest version.
Student in the mid-70’s. No upper decks.
Joseph M Bolton Jr And half the games or slightly more were played at Legion Field.
Tuscaloosa HS football games were played there on Friday nights if there was no Bama game on Saturday. I once sold soft drinks at a HS game there in the late 50s. And the photo shows what it looked like in the 60s.
I hated Legion Field. Horrible game day experience. Bama fans should thank Pat Dye for breaking the Birmingham grip.
That’s odd I liked Legion Field, I was an Usher there for a few years.
And they couldn’t fill the Stadium. And Auburn was the same way.
love this old picture
Back when one could afford tickets.
MIke Armstrong could thru the 60s early 70s
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