Alabama Crimson Tide first fielded a college football team in 1892. First a member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association and then the Southern Conference, the Crimson Tide won 4 conference championships before joining the SEC in 1933. The list of great players who’ve worn the crimson and white seems endless. Shaun Alexander, Cornelius Bennett, Ozzie Newsome, Kenny Stabler, and Joe Namath are just a few. And who can forget the 1992 season under coach Gene Stallings when the Crimson Tide finished the regular season 11-0, winning the SEC Championship and then defeating the #1 ranked Miami Hurricanes in the Sugar Bowl 34-13 to win the national title? In 2015, the Crimson Tide dynasty claimed their 16th national title under the coaching of Nick Saban for his 4th national championship win in Alabama. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Alabama Crimson Tide football tickets.
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2017 Alabama Season Preview
The Alabama Crimson Tide are ready to kick off the 2016 College Football season after an amazing 2015 season where they went 14-1 and won the College Football National Championship in the Cotton Bowl against the Clemson Tigers. The Crimson Tides' championship win was the 16th for the team and Coach Nick Saban earned his 5th championship title, the 2nd coach in college football to achieve this victory. Coming into the 2016 season, Alabama has a little less than half of their national championship-winning offensive and defensive starting players returning, so there will be some adjustments and strong recruitment needed of players to maintain their team's success from 2015. Alabama's schedule will kick off the season against USC Trojans and mid-season they will be playing the Tennessee Volunteers. With a young Alabama team and the Volunteers who have been building their team stronger every year, this should prove to be an exciting game between the rivals. Alabama will be coming into the 2016 season ready to defend their National Championship win. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Crimson Tide at Bryant-Denny Stadium or supporting Alabama on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Alabama Crimson Tide tickets, including home and away games.
Alabama Crimson Tide Football at Bryant-Denny Stadium Address: 920 Paul W Bryant Dr, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 35401
Alabama Crimson Tide plays its home games at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The stadium has a capacity of more than 92,000 and is the 7th largest college stadium in America. The Crimson Tide’s record at Bryant-Denny is the best home record in the NCAA. Watching a game there with nearly 100,000 fans cheering on the Alabama Crimson Tide is an incredible tradition to be a part of. The Alabama Crimson Tide home bench is on the Bryant-Denny Stadium sideline with sections A-N. Bryant-Denny Stadium parking information is covered in our Crimson Tide event guide.
The biggest football game in the state of Alabama, the Iron Bowl pits two football powerhouses against each other every year. Playing for the Sportsmanship Trophy and a whole lot of state pride, they have met 77 times and Alabama currently leads overall. There’s no love lost between fans and teams, and it’s a game that any college football fan would be lucky to attend.
Two giants of the SEC meeting up every year in either Tiger Stadium or Bryant-Denny Stadium will deliver considerable hype – and these two schools tend to exceed expectations every time. We’ve seen #1 vs. #2 games in the regular season and as a national title game. Bama leads the series all time by a considerable margin, but LSU always comes to play and outside of the last two seasons, the Tigers have had the upper hand post-2000.
One of the fiercest rivalries in all college football, Tennessee and Alabama battle in a game named the “Third Saturday in October”. These two state schools in neighboring states have played each other since 1901. These two programs both sport tremendous fan bases, so the passion in the crowd on game day is unsurpassed by other SEC rivalry games. Take the opportunity to see the Vols take on Bama, a truly unique experience in college football.
Alabama Crimson Tide in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and SEC Championship
If you’re going to discuss “dynasties” in NCAA College Football, you won’t name more than 1-2 teams before uttering the words Crimson Tide. The Alabama Crimson Tide have won four National Championships since 2009 and over 20 SEC Championships. They also have the most NCAA All-Time Bowl appearances.
2015 Alabama Football Preview
Last season the Alabama Crimson Tide had a fantastic year. Bama finished 12-2, won the SEC, and advanced to the first ever College Football Playoff. But a stunning loss to Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl left a damper on Alabama’s season. That fact puts to light just where the Crimson Tide are as a program, and not playing for national championships comes as a surprise. The 2015 Alabama Crimson Tide football team will look significantly different from last season. Quarterback Blake Sims is gone, as is longtime running back star T.J. Yeldon, and Amari Cooper. But Alabama should once again be the favorite in the SEC West with senior quarterback Jake Coker taking the reins and a running back duo of Derrick Henry and Kenyan Drake taking over carrying the ball. On the defensive side of the ball, Nick Saban will utilize 5 seniors and 6 juniors in what might be the best defense in the SEC. Alabama will likely have one of the toughest schedules of any team in college football with road games against Georgia, Mississippi State, and Auburn. Throw in games against Wisconsin, Arkansas, and LSU and every week that Alabama steps on the field will be full of excitement. Look for Alabama push for the SEC West title once again in 2015.
2014 Alabama Football Preview
Only in Alabama is an 11-win season a failure, but that’s what Nick Saban was saddled with after the 2013 season. The Tide lost the biggest, most exciting game of the season to Auburn, then got routed in the Sugar Bowl by Oklahoma. Alabama was still one of the best teams in the country, but you won’t find a Tide fan that was happy with last season. Luckily for them, Saban and Bama have no intentions of losing two games this time around. Even without AJ McCarron, the Tide will be one of the favorites to win the conference and the national title once again. Alabama will return RB T.J. Yeldon and WR Amari Cooper and will be starting Jacob Coker at QB. They also have a slew of freshman that were big-time recruits that could have a big impact this season. Alabama will kick off the season with a game against West Virginia at the Georgia Dome, and then will start SEC play on Sept. 20 against the Florida Gators. They’ll play the Texas A&M Aggies at home on Oct. 18, then two weeks later Bama travels to the Bayou to face off against LSU. The Iron Bowl will be one of the most anticipated games of the season once again, and it’s set for Nov. 29.
2011 Alabama Football Preview
It has been a trying time for the Tide and its fans this offseason. After a massive tornado hit Tuscaloosa, head coach Nick Saban and the team focused on life more than football, helping the community that has supported them. Now it’s time for football, and bringing no less than an SEC title back to cheer the fans up.
The first order of business will be to see which non-crimson redshirt will win the starting quarterback job—redshirt sophomore AJ McCarron or redshirt freshman Phillip Sims. After that, the Tide are in good shape, especially at back where junior Trent Richardson looks to fill in for the new New Orleans Saint, Mark Ingram. The fact Richardson and Ingram shared rushing duties last season give the junior the reps and rep to be seriously considered a Heisman hopeful in 2011.
The defense should have another strong outing as a top tier unit not only in the SEC, but the nation. Specifically, the linebacking corps will be especially iron clad thanks to two retuning seniors Courtney Upshaw (6-2, 265) and Dont'a Hightower, who could have easily bolted to the NFL. Another senior that could have went pro is safety Mark Barron, who led the team in tackles in 2010. If they can overcome injuries on the front line, then Tuscaloosa could be partying late in the 2011 Bowl season.
2010 Alabama Football Preview
Since there is such a rich history at Alabama, expectations in Tuscaloosa are always high. Coach Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide will be expected to do even more this year, as they are coming off the team's first national championship since 1992.
Much of the offense that completed an undefeated season in 2009 is back this year, including reigning Heisman Trophy winner junior running back Mark Ingram. The team's top receiver, junior Julio Jones, will also be returning along with senior quarterback Greg McElroy. All of the key pieces of last year's championship team are back, but there are question marks on the offensive line as Alabama will be starting two freshmen up front.
Although the offense returns a wealth of talent, it was the defense that got it done for the Crimson Tide last year. The squad ranked first in the SEC in scoring, rushing and total defense. Many of the starters on defense graduated, with only junior safety Mark Barron remaining. While the replacement players are talented, they are untested.
One of the toughest things to do in all of sports is to be a repeat champion, but Alabama has the personnel to do so. The only thing stopping them is a rigorous SEC schedule and a difficult home game against Penn State the second week of the season.
2009 Alabama Football Preview
The Crimson Tide faithful have to be thrilled heading into the 2009 Alabama football season. Sure they lose a few key players off their magical 2008 squad, but Head Coach Nick Saban has talent coming to Tuscaloosa in droves. In-fact, perhaps the only thing that has rivaled Alabama's success on the field is the success that Saban has had on the recruiting trail. The Tides 2009 recruiting class was ranked by some publications as the #1 class in the country. And some of those freshman are going to be ready to step in and contribute just like wide receiver Julie Jones did in 2008. The only thing Saban needs to do in 2009 is to finish the season on a winning note, if he does that then Alabama faithful could Roll Tide into a couple of championships.
2008 Alabama Football Preview
With 12 national championships, the University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team is perhaps the most celebrated program in college football history. Coached by the legendary Paul “Bear” Bryant for 25 years, the Alabama Crimson Tide is rich with history and tradition and is always a fierce competitor in the SEC Conference and a BCS Bowl contender. Coach Nick Saban hopes lead the team to another national title in the coming years. Watching the Alabama Crimson Tide at a home game at Bryant-Denny Stadium is a college football experience you don’t want to miss.
On Monday, July 14, the University of Alabama sold 8,400 publicly announced tickets to six home games in less than one hour. We still have tickets for all Crimson Tide home games, of course, but based on these numbers you can bet that the Crimson Tide fans are not going to miss an incredible season. Regardless that senior linebacker Zeke Knight is medically disqualified for the season, Alabama hopes to pack record crowds into Bryant-Denny Stadium in 2008.
Head Coach Nick Saban is looking forward to his second season with the Tide. Although the team improved their 2006 record in 2007 and won their bowl game match-up, (7-6), Saban is looking for more wins in 2008 and another bowl game berth. Alabama will see 17 returning starters this season, so look out for a strong line-up. Make sure to catch Alabama vs. Auburn this year, as the Tide tries to break a six year losing streak with their historic rivals.
Alabama Crimson Tide News - 1/30/2017
The Alabama Crimson Tide finished the 2016 college football regular season with an undefeated 13-0 record and then went on to win the Peach Bowl Semifinal 24-7 against Washington. Alabama’s only loss of the season was against Clemson in the CFP National Championship in the high-intensity and close game which ended 35-31 Clemson.