Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Alabama football fans were only allowed to watch games in 2020 inside the stadium at a limited capacity. For those who weren't able to make their way to Bryant-Denny, they sure missed out on another memorable season.
Well, that doesn't look to be the case come next fall. That's because athletic director Greg Byrne has announced that the plan is for the university to host games at 100 percent capacity come Week 1.
This surely is exciting news, as the Crimson Tide look poised to compete for another National Championship next winter. As soon as Week 1 arrives, fans will be chomping at the bit to make their way to home games and watch Alabama put on a show.
With coronavirus cases decreasing around the country, it looks like more good news could be on the way for other programs as well. Football season can't get here soon enough.