The University of Alabama's Bryant Denny Stadium is one of college football's oldest and most revered stadiums. And with the recent $80.6 million expansion to the stadium's south end zone, it's also one of the biggest. With a seating capacity of approximately 101,000, Bryant Denny is now the largest stadium in the Southeastern Conference. The expanded south end zone includes a two-level South Zone club with more than 1700 seats and 36 skyboxes, as well as an 8500-seat upper deck. Concurrent to the expansion, the entire stadium's audio and visual systems are being upgraded, including two new video scoreboards and a distributed audio system.