Neyland Is More Than Just A Stadium

Neyland Is More Than Just A Stadium

University of Tennessee football fans "checker" Neyland Stadium for the home game against rival Florida on Saturday, Oct. in Knoxville.

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University of Tennessee Neyland Stadium. If you are a student at UT you will most likely go to many ball games!

University Of Tennessee Neyland Stadium Canvas Print / Canvas Art by University of Tennessee Athletics

The University of Tennessee's Neyland Stadium on a football Saturday. When full, the stadium holds fans. Thus making it the equivalent of the fourth largest city in the state of Tennessee.

Full of tradition, the University of Tennesse is home to the fourth largest college football stadiums in the United States. A sold out game can host 102,455 football fanatics. Bring your orange and Go Vols !

Full of tradition, the University of Tennesse is home to the fourth largest college football stadiums in the United States. A sold out game can host football fanatics.

Checkerboard Endzone in Neyland Stadium Photographic Print at AllPosters.com

Tennessee Titans: Checkerboard Endzone in Neyland Stadium

Checkerboard Endzone in Neyland Stadium Picture at Tennessee Volunteer Photos

Neyland Stadium under construction in 1921

Neyland Stadium

Neyland Stadium was first conceived in Col. Shields, president of Knoxville's City.

Megan McGlothlin poses behind a goal post at Neyland Stadium as part of her Vol-themed bridal photo shoot. She surprised husband Matt, a former Vol football player, with the photos.

Megan McGlothlin poses behind a goal post at Neyland Stadium as part of her Vol-themed bridal photo shoot. She surprised husband Matt, a former Vol football player, with the photos. Such a great idea!

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