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 North Stands are rebuilt to enclose the North End Zone bringing capacity up to 91,249.
West Executive Suites added
The North Upper Deck is expanded to fully enclose the Upper Level bringing capacity up to 102,544.
Peyton climbs the stairs and plays drum major leading the Pride of the Southland Band in Rocky Top after beating Vanderbilt to clinch the SEC East.
Coach Phillip Fulmer coached Vols to undefeated season and claim the first ever BCS National Championship with a 23-16 victory over Florida State.
Neyland Stadium sets NCAA attendance record as 109,061 witness the Vols defeat Florida 30-28 on a 50-yard James Wilhoit field goal with six seconds remaining.
East Club seats added
West Club seats added bringing capacity to 100,011
Tennessee Terrace completed bringing capacity to 102,455
The Vol faithful checker Neyland Stadium for the first time.