Alabama Crimson Tide Football Schedule- EXCLUSIVE DETAILS
Alabama Crimson Tide football schedule is out and here's what you need to know.
If you are a football fan of the Southeastern Conference, then you have definitely heard of Alabama Crimson Tide. This is the team that has been ravaging the rest of the teams from the SEC West and SEC East. It is the official football team that represents the University of Alabama in American football. The team is a part of the Southeastern Conference and has had the best possible season they could until now. They have won 6 out of the 6 games that they have played. They have won against Mississippi State Bulldogs (by 41-0), Tennessee Volunteers (by 48-17), 5 Georgia Bulldogs (by 41-24), Ole Miss Rebels (by 63-48), 7 Texas A&M Aggies (by 52-24), and Missouri Tigers (by 38-19).
The Tides have won all their matches, be it away or home. They had an excellent season last year also as they won the 2020 VRBO Citrus Bowl after defeating Michigan. They are having a great season this year too as they are on a 6-game winning streak. In fact, they have won 3 games playing at their home whereas 3 games playing on away grounds. Their head coach Nick Saban is really happy with the team’s performance as the former is enjoying his 14th season at the university.
Alabama Crimson Tide Schedule:
LSU Tigers vs Alabama Crimson Tide on 15th November at Tiger Stadium.
Kentucky Wildcats vs Alabama Crimson Tide on 21st November at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
24 Auburn Tigers vs Alabama Crimson Tide on 28th November at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Arkansas Razorbacks vs Alabama Crimson Tide on 5th December at Razorback Stadium.
The Tides returned to the field on 2nd November i.e. Monday to practice before their game against LSU. They were enjoying their bye weekend after their stunning 41-0 win against the Mississipi State Bulldogs. They were seen practicing at Thomas-Drew Practice Fields for their game against the LSU Tigers. The team looks well determined and completely focused on the title. They are not taking any team lightly and are giving their best. Be it a team from SEC West or SEC East, they are just pocketing all the teams like a true champion.
After their game against Mississipi, the Tides coach Nick Saban said that he was actually quite concerned about this game. He stated that some of the players were beaten up and had missed the practice sessions. However, they bounced back and did a great job on the field, especially in defense by not allowing the opponents to play offensive at all. Now, the Tides have a few games left and will surely be looking to win it all. Even we hope they can get victories in all of their upcoming games to secure their top position in the Southeastern Conference.