Scroll through the timeline below for some of the moments that made Neyland Stadium one of the most iconic landmarks in all of college football.
The East Stands are expanded to 44 rows, increasing capacity to 31,390. This was the fourth addition in the previous 13 years, seeing the stadium’s capacity increase from 3,200 to 31,390.
Running back John Butler scampers 56 yards during Tennessee’s 21-0 win over the Tide.
UT holds every regular season opponent scoreless (last team to accomplish in NCAA history). Rivalry versus Alabama is officially nicknamed “The Third Saturday in October”.
UT wins its second National Championship
UT wins second National Championship
The field is covered for the first time.
The stadium undergoes construction to enclose the South End Zone.
The South End zone is enclosed to form a horseshoe bringing capacity up to 46,290.
UT wins third National Championship.
UT wins back-to-back National Championships anchored by Jim Haslam on the offensive line and Heisman Trophy runner-up Hank Lauricella.