Neyland among stadium profiles

Tennessee's historic Neyland Stadium is among 10 college football arenas to be profiled New Year's Day in a ''Fields of Glory'' marathon being distributed by INHD, an all high-definition cable TV network. Two more Southeastern Conference arenas also will be profiled -- Auburn's Jordan-Har e Stadium and Florida's Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

All 10 episodes will be narrated by veteran sportscaster Brent Musburger. According to an INHD release, each episode will be ''taking viewers on a vivid tour of the game's grand history and time-honored traditions.''

"Thi series gives sports fans a unique insiders"look at some of the best-known landmarks and traditions in college football,"said David Asch, Senior Vice President of Programming, IN DEMAND Networks. "In addition, seeing each program in high definition will add a new perspective, giving viewers the sense of being on campus and in the seats of these amazing venues."

Fields of Glory has featured some of the most prominent stadiums and noteworthy moments in college football history, from the revered Grotto of Notre Dame to the excitement of Michigan=B9s Big House; from the spectacular backdrop of the Smoky Mountains at Tennessee to what's known as "The Swamp" -- Florida Field at the University of Florida. Each 30-minute episode has captured the spirit, excitement, pageantry and passion of college football.

The Fields of Glory marathon will commence on January 1st at 1:00 pm EST.

Fields of Glory 2004 Episodes are as follows:

Louisiana State University: Tiger Stadium Notre Dame Stadium: University of Florida: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida Field University of Tennessee: Neyland Stadium University of Oregon: Autzen Stadium Ohio State University: Ohio Stadium Auburn University: Jordan-Hare Stadium Texas A&M: Kyle Field University of Texas: Darrell K Royal Texas Memorial Stadium University of Michigan: Michigan Stadium

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