Alabama welcomed the Florida Atlantic Owls to Bryant-Denny stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama for the first time in this game. The Crimson Tide came into this contest riding high on the momentum of their 3-0 start to the 2012 season.
A Crimson Tide home game means a day of football and delicious dining but being new in Tuscaloosa can make the food choices a little daunting. Now that I have one full day of tailgating under my belt, I’ve been looking for the best places to eat in T-town on game day. I tweeted and talked to Tuscaloosa natives, UA students and Tide fans about where they choose to eat before kickoff.
The Alabama Crimson Tide took in their first home game of the 2012 season by taking on the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron lit up the skies with an aerial assault throwing for 4 touchdowns and more than 200 yards. The Alabama defense also recovered 3 Western Kentucky fumbles and 1 interception. Final Score: 35 – 0.
Tickets remain available for Alabama’s home opener Saturday against Western Kentucky and its Nov. 17 game against Western Carolina, the university announced today. The tickets are available in unlimited quantities for $55 apiece. These tickets were made available because they haven’t been utilized by the respective visiting teams, according to a university release.
Fans can grab seats for games against Western Kentucky, Western Carolina and Florida Atlantic. South Field Suite packages also available for Mississippi State and Ole Miss.
The University of Alabama announces the public sale of 2012 Alabama football home game tickets. Tickets will be available for Western Kentucky, Florida Atlantic and Western Carolina, beginning on Wednesday, Aug. 1, at 8 a.m.
Alabama's annual A-Day game is the spring scrimmage showcasing the returning veterans and the new arrivals. Alabama is coming off of another BCS National Championship winning season and looking to not repeat the let down following their previous BCS Championship [...]
The SEC has determined several of Alabama’s kickoff times for the 2012-13 season. The rest of the times will be announced at a later date.
The Southeastern Conference Office announced Monday that kickoff times and television plans have been determined for four of the University of Alabama’s football games in the 2012 season.
Alabama will face Western Kentucky on Sept. 8 at 2:39 p.m. CT and Arkansas at 2:30 p.m. CT on Sept. 15.
Big Ten commish says no division title should equal no playoff spot.
Alabama running back Trent Richardson rushed for 203 yards and added a 5-yard touchdown catch. Here he broke off a powerful 57-yard run in the fourth quarter which led to Alabama’s final touchdown in this Iron Bowl victory. ROLL TIDE!
Alabama shut down Auburn in this edition of Iron Bowl rivalry. Auburn did manage to score 2 touchdowns from a fumble recovery and kick return. Other then that Auburn really brought nothing to the table this year. See you next year! ROLL TIDE!
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – For the second time in four years, the SEC won’t place a team in Birmingham’s bowl game. That means Conference USA could replace the SEC on Jan. 7 to play a lower-selected Big East team than usual in the BBVA Compass Bowl. Or not. Such is life this time of year and given Birmingham’s convoluted bowl arrangements. “Maybe you can figure this out for us,” C-USA Associate Commissioner Alfred White joked.
The Alabama Crimson Tide face off against the Auburn Tigers. This is a SEC Western Division away game for Alabama. This rivalry game is known as the Iron Bowl. It is considered to be one of the feircest rivalries in all of college football. Alabama leads the all-time series against the Bulldogs by a 40-34-1 margin. Their last meeting ended in a 27-28 loss for Alabama last year in Tuscaloosa.