A 7-ton, 19-foot tall bronze elephant was recently gifted to The University of Alabama. A crowd watched as the statue, named Tuska, was lowered onto a pedestal on the new Tuska Plaza outside Bryant-Denny Stadium Monday.
With news of Texas and Mississippi lifting Covid-19 restrictions, hope is on the horizon. Alabama governor, Kay Ivey, announced she is lifting the state’s Covid-19 restrictions April 9th and does not intend on extending it beyond that date.
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.
The Alabama athletic department just completed renovations to the home of Crimson Tide Football, Bryant-Denny Stadium. The project lasted the entire offseason and battled work stoppages due to COVID-19 but it finished just in time for the new football season.
Today in an email to Tide Pride members, Greg Byrne announced the University of Alabama's plans concerning spectators in Bryant-Denny and the activities around campus. Alabama is planing on approximately 20 percent capacity at games and has decided there will be no on-campus tailgating at Alaba…