This panoramic photograph features Bryant-Denny Stadium, home to the Alabama Crimson Tide football team. Denny Stadium opened in 1929 and was renamed in 1975 in honor of legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant. With a capacity of 92,138, it is currently the tenth-largest college football stadium in the nation, selling out every home game since 1988. The Crimson Tide has an extraordinary football history. In 112 years, Alabama football has achieved 787 wins, 12 national titles, 21 SEC conference titles, a record 55 bowl game appearances and 31 bowl victories. The University, founded in 1831 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, has a strong academic reputation with over 25,500 students.