Report: Bama bans tailgating, will only allow 20-percent capacity at football games this season
TUSCALOOSA - The University of Alabama will only allow fans to fill a fifth of its stadium's capacity during home football games and will not allow tailgating on campus when the SEC starts the season next month.
According to WFSA, Bryant-Denny Stadium will be restricted to 20 percent of its roughly 100,000-person capacity. Additionally, the campus will be closed to tailgating on game day.
Bryant-Denny Stadium will go with a socially-distanced 20% capacity this season for the five Crimson Tide football games. Tailgating will not be allowed on campus this season.— Stephen Gunter (@Stephen_Gunter) August 18, 2020
The SEC just announced revised schedules for all teams in the SEC on Monday. The conference also announced Tuesday that all fans attending games at SEC stadiums must wear face coverings.
The Crimson Tide is scheduled to play LSU in Baton Rouge Nov. 14.
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