Just over nine months have passed since Alabama played its last football game inside Bryant-Denny Stadium, but that will end when the Crimson Tide opens its 2016 home schedule against Western Kentucky on September 10.

Not a lot can typically happen to a city in less than a year, but fans heading to Tuscaloosa for the first time since last November will notice a number of changes while you're visiting Title Town this fall. The growing enrollment on campus has brought more businesses to town and forced the city improve its infrastructure to support the growth.

That's why we wanted to highlight some of the bigger changes because there's a good chance you won't recognize a lot of things around in and around The University of Alabama.

Check out the photo gallery below for 10 areas of town that will look much different in 2016.