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The Sultan of Swine
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What did you school's home stadium look like in 1939?



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viceman
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re: What did you school's home stadium look like in 1939?
Huh. In an effort to find a pic of Denny Stadium in 1939, I ran across a youtube video of Bama and Mercer from 1939. I went looking for a pic and found actual footage. You can see Denny Stadium and the Mercer game at about the 1minute 47 second mark.
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1939 Footage of University of Alabama vs. Mercer

youtube 5:33

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PorkerDaddy
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re: What did you school's home stadium look like in 1939?
The Zou crowd was larger then than now.


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JetDawg
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re: What did you school's home stadium look like in 1939?
SANFORD STADIUM, University of Georgia, Capacity - 30,000

Image: https://live.staticflickr.com/7466/16254527146_8205e7aea4_b.jpg


SANFORD, opened in October of 1929...notice the English Privet Hedges that are there today (temporarily removed during 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics)

Image: https://th.bing.com/th/id/OIP.gvF8IrOWXmdSorD7dOQfOgHaD8?pid=ImgDet&rs=1
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Ag Zwin
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Thought this thread was going to be SidewalkTigeresque.

I’m actually a little disappointed.


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viceman
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That's a pretty big campus stadium for back then


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TheTideMustRoll
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Was Arkansas playing inside a NASCAR track?


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Was Arkansas playing inside a NASCAR track?


We don’t do Tennessee things. Track school things


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dstone12
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re: What did you school's home stadium look like in 1939?
Today’s Sanford Stadium looks like an ACC stadium.

Sec big 6 stadiums shouldn’t see tree tops from field level.


Feels like I’m at Chapel Hill or Charlottesville.
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