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University of Alabama Announces Change to Help with Safety at Bryant-Denny Stadium

Dylan Moses gets ready to tackle a Texas A&M player
Alabama LB Dylan Moses had a scare last Saturday as he crashed into the wall in Bryant-Denny Stadium. The university took measures to ensure it doesn't happen again. Photo by Cedric Mason - Touchdown Alabama Magazine

Tuscaloosa, AL — It was announced today that changes have been made to the Bryant-Denny Stadium field, which will assist in safety.

For those in attendance, or who watched via television last Saturday, Alabama linebacker, Dylan Moses, along with a university security worker collided against the stadium padded wall resulting in a stoppage of play. Moses ended up returning to the field of play, but it appeared the worker took the brunt of the collision as he was helped off while walking with a limp.

Alabama Athletic Director, Greg Byrne voiced his pleasure on Twitter along with a photo of the new changes — and noticeable room — to the corners of Bryant-Denny.

Let’s hope this safety measure pays off for all players — and workers — at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

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