We’ve followed the progress of the renovations being made to Ole Miss’ Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for much of the offseason, and it’s pretty clear that those improvements are just about completed. Take a look at the panoramic view offered on this recent clip posted to YouTube. The north end zone is completely closed in, and the structure holding the new 104-foot-by-49-foot video board appears complete, too.
Here’s what the progress looked like just a month ago.
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Enclosing the north end of the stadium will bring capacity to 64,038, and that comes at a great time with Alabama visiting on Sept. 17.
But before that, the Rebels have their home opener a week earlier vs. Wofford.