A lil bit of Neyland in Memphis. This is an older photo submitted by a reader who wrote: "This was one of the most fun things I've ever done. Everyone who came by wanted to run into the checkerboard endzone. Even an Arkansas running back who was in the neighborhood.(Only time he ever got to do it)"
Neyland Stadium in the Fall. Seats: 100,011. Neyland Stadium broke ground in 1921 and was named Shields-Watkins Field. The stadium was renamed in 1962 for General Robert Neyland who served in the U.S. Army, as Volunteers head coach for numerous spells between 1926 and 1952, and was the designer of the revamped stadium. As of 2010, it is the ninth largest non-racing stadium in the world.