As promised, Texas Longhorns athletics director Chris Del Conte sent out a survey on Wednesday that also provided more renderings of what the south end zone renovations could look like at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium.
In addition to the wider view that Del Conte teased on Tuesday, the renderings included with the survey gave greater insight into the overall vision:
This is the same view provided by Del Conte on Tuesday.
This rendering provides a close-up look at the decks on either side of the videoboard. In addition to the stacked outside seating, there are also balconies that afford views to the south and west. It also appears that those areas are attached to suites. Additionally, there’s an open area that could provide standing room space for fans.
This rendering provides a look at Bevo’s spot down near the field, as well as the field-level suites that appear to stretch across the south end zone.
Another look at the field-level suites, as well as the Longhorn-shaped entrance to the field. Add the pre-game smoke as the players come out of the tunnel and it makes for a unique sight.
This looks like the view from inside the tunnel, which would provide fans a view from what would likely be a premium seating area on one side and a dedicated space for recruits to watch the team head out onto the field on the other. It’s possible that the room for recruits could also have an area with a field view just like the suites on either side.