Texas football stadium renovation revealed against Louisiana

Check out the refurbishment of the new Texas football stadium because the South Zone is amazing.

With the playing area rebranded as Campbell-Wiliams Field, Texas football fans will love how the area at the south end of the refurbished Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.

It was a $ 200 million renovation that saw the South End area strategically have few seats removed to highlight the iconic Longhorns logo. It truly is the dawn of a new era of Texan football in Austin. Steve Sarkisian takes over the reins with the hope that he can bring back the program after more than a decade of disappointment.

These renovations do not disappoint at all.

It might be a year of rebuilding in Austin, but DKR seems like the place you want to be.

Texas football stadium renovations: see what DKR looks like for 2021

With Texas heading to the SEC sooner rather than later, the Longhorns are going to have a crown jewel of a stadium that can hook up with the many Southeastern football cathedrals already there. Were the renovations a bit over the top? Yes, but that’s what happens when you just start to understand that it just means more. You have to look cool before you can win big.

The fans are back and DKR looks to be one of the best stadiums in the country once again.

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