Alabama football: Kentucky game set for TV

Wondering what time Alabama’s football game against Kentucky will be? Here is your answer: 11:21 a.m. on the SEC Network. The official release follows below.

SEC Network to Televise Alabama-Kentucky Football Game; Kickoff Set for 11:21 A.M. CDT on Oct. 3
TUSCALOOSA – The Southeastern Conference announced today that the SEC Network will televise the Alabama-Kentucky football game to a regional audience beginning at 11:21 a.m. (CDT) from Commonwealth Stadium in Lexington, Ky., on Saturday, Oct. 3.

Alabama and Kentucky will be meeting for the 38th time with Alabama holding a 34-2-1 lead in the series. Alabama has won the last three meetings, including a 17-14 decision last year in Tuscaloosa. This will be Alabama’s first trip to Lexington since a 45-17 win in 2004 and just the third meeting on the UK campus in the last 20 years.

Other SEC games to be televised on Saturday, Oct. 3, include LSU at Georgia (2:30 p.m. CDT on CBS), Mississippi at Vanderbilt (6 p.m. CDT on ESPNU), South Carolina State at South Carolina (6 p.m. CDT on ESPN Classic), Texas A&M vs. Arkansas from Arlington, Texas (6:30 p.m. CDT on espn2), Georgia Tech at Mississippi State (6:30 p.m. CDT on CSS) and Auburn at Tennessee (6:45 p.m. CDT on ESPN).


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  1. 1
    Big12 = Overrated!

    Hopefully our offense won’t blow scoring opps. this season. We can’t afford to do that on the road, especially against a Kentucky team whose offense is improving by the week.

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    Sigh… — I can’t stress enough how much I hate the early kick off. A 2:30pm kick is so perfect. We can’t have it our way all the time though. At least it won’t be a PPV —

    11:20am kickoffs —

    1. Too early to drink alcohol realistically but you tend to anyways

    2. Having to get up too early on a Saturday which is 80% of our days off from work

    3. Getting burned out too early in the day to “make it all the way into the night”

    1. Allows plenty of time to focus mental power on other games in the nation later on in the day

    2. Able to get home before police start giving out DUI’s like candy

    3. That’s about it.

    I would love some elaboration on the “early game”.

    Personally — I hate it — but at least it’s on TV and not on the dirty windshield of what they call Alabama PPV. I am calling on an all out ban of Alabama PPV’s to show Mal Moore a point. These PPV’s have horrible broadcasters and production — not to mention the endless ads by Tuscaloosa Toyota and Cook’s Pest Control. I THOUGHT YOU DON’T HAVE TO SEE ADVERTISING WHEN YOU PAY FOR VIEW?!?!?! — Just my take…RTR.

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