Alabama vs. Kent State set for television

Alabama Crimson Tide
Alabama Crimson Tide

The Alabama Crimson Tide football team will begin the 2011 football season on television. The official release gives the details:

Alabama Football Opens Season on the SEC Network
The University of Alabama football team’s Sept. 3 season opener against Kent State will be broadcast by the SEC Network with kickoff slated for 11:20 a.m. CT the Southeastern Conference Office announced today.

It will mark the eighth time in the past decade, and the second year in a row, that the Crimson Tide has opened its season at home. Alabama’s 2011 season and home opener marks the first meeting between the two teams.

The league also announced that the SEC Championship game will air on CBS Dec. 3 starting at 3 p.m. CT


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  1. 2

    This Game is a complete – utter joke. Maybe the Kent State Fans can stay at the Wyndham Hotel in Tuscaloosa.
    It’s a great place to holler “Go Kent State”.

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    Coming from Nicket the needledick Auburn troll whose team is starting with Utah State. Get ready for that embarrassing loss at home at the end of the season this year. It will be Auburns 7th loss, so it won’t be much to brag about. I doubt you will be here by then anyway.

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    Any idea why Sabin is playing Kent State?

    He went to college there. It is his view into Ohio football players like 5 Star Recruit Trey DePriest and two others this year.

    His connections at Mich State got Mark Ingram
    His connections to Miami Dolphins got Trent Richardson
    His connections to (LSU) Louisana got the number one running back in 2011

  4. 9
    cliff kent jr.

    please help me figure out what charter station this game is going to be on. thank you
    would like to be there in person but can not afford.

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