Alabama Football: A-Day 2014 set for April 19

F ootball fans rejoice as Spring Football is right around the corner. The University of Alabama announced that A-Day 2014 will be held April 19. Here is the entire release.

Alabama A-Day 2014 Scheduled for April 19

Alabama A-Day 2014 set for April 19.

Alabama A-Day 2014 set for April 19.

The University of Alabama announced Wednesday that the 2014 A-Day Spring Football Game will be held on Saturday, April 19 at 2 p.m. (CDT).

The annual A-Day Game is the 15th and final practice of the spring and takes place at Bryant-Denny Stadium scheduled. Admission will once again be free to the public. More information on A-Day, including additional activities, traffic, and parking, will be available at a later date on

Alabama leads the nation in spring game attendance over the last seven years with a total of 594,851 fans and an average of 84,978 fans per game during that period. The largest A-Day crowd in school history came in 2011 (92,310). In head coach Nick Saban’s first year of 2007, the stadium was at full capacity prior to expansion (92,138).

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  1. Crimsonite January 15, 2014 at 1:25 pm #

    Will we have enough players left to field a fucking team? Sunseri wasn’t enough? What’s this shit about Del Rio? What the fuck did he come to Bama free for if he is gonna leave when he could be the heir. AND be coached by a proven QB developer. This off season has already turned to shit in just 2 weeks. Coker damn well better transfer to Bama or we’re gonna get stuck with Sims just because nobody else has shit for experience.

  2. Crimsonite January 15, 2014 at 1:26 pm #

    Cue Conduit’s addiction to a Rosy outlook in 3 – 2 – 1! LOL!

  3. The Conduit January 15, 2014 at 3:44 pm #

    I love A-Day. I never miss it.

    Sorry, I don’t think Alabama is doomed, and there’s nothing better than watching Alabama football with 90,000+ friends…for free.

    I’ll be there. Roll Damn Tide.

  4. Bama334 January 15, 2014 at 6:46 pm #

    Del Rio did not come for free. He was a walk-on.

  5. Crimsonite January 15, 2014 at 9:36 pm #

    Just what the fuck do you think walk on means. No scholarship. No compensation from the school other than what he would qualify for from School, State or Fed aid after applying like any regular non athlete student. Other than that he pays his own way.

    • The Conduit January 16, 2014 at 8:03 am #

      Get over Del Rio.

      Get over Sunseri.

      Get over Oklahoma, Doug Nussmeier, partly cloudy weather, late payment fees, traffic and whatever else bothers you about Alabama football.

      Maybe my memory is short, but I can’t remember being this excited for A-Day in a long time. Change is coming. Roll Tide.

      • # 1 al. fan January 16, 2014 at 8:46 am #

        I agree Conduit! But I still have some reservations about Kiffin. His legacy will follow him whereever he goes and now that he’s landed at the Capstone I can’t help but worry. I dunno, maybe I’m just being overly cautious, but as for me, the jury is still out.Still….. RTR

        • The Conduit January 16, 2014 at 9:20 am #

          You say you can’t help but worry.

          I say yes, you can. If the jury is still out on Kiffin, I understand. You don’t get fired at an airport in the middle of the night for nothing. But if not Kiffin then at least give Saban the benefit of the doubt for Kiffin’s hire.

          The only thing everyone who isn’t an Alabama fan is worried about is Alabama staying elite. I understand reservations about Kiffin, but not of the guy who hired him and the choices he’s made for building his staff.

          But maybe this will help—–Alabama has the most stringent compliance department in the country. If you’re worried about Kiffin doing things the wrong way, so is Alabama, who is also keeping everyone we’re not worried about in compliance the exact same way.

          Lane’s legacy, and the reason he got three consecutive monster head coaching jobs, was his prolific success at USC. Many seem to have forgotten that (albeit not Saban), but if it helps this is the first time he’s had the same position that garnered him so much success including national championships and a Heisman winner.

          A-Day is going to be televised nationwide, and everyone will be surprised by what Alabama looks like. I can’t wait.

  6. jnm January 16, 2014 at 12:39 pm #

    Lane Kiffin has A legacy? hmmmmm okkkkkaaaaaaayyyy

  7. jnm January 20, 2014 at 12:28 pm #

    Alot of these players autographs on ebay come from signings on fan day,and after games.Theres always gonna be sellers hanging around….The issue is Mr Al Betar has A cease and decist letter from the University,and continued to reach out to players..He is basically throwing up his middle finger at Alabama by doing what he is doing..These players know who he is,yet continue to o around him why,because he offers stimulating intellectual conversation.?!?!??!no,i dont think so…He doesnt care what happens or what rules are broken…alabama needs to keep their players away from him..He is more than,:A nice guy with A suit shop in the mall” come on GUMPS,wake the hell up.Every program has the lechers hanging around,Every program,its bullshit to even say otherwise…These guys get A sense of power and control,and feel like they have A type of conrol of the player,in A way..He is bad news people,if you think otherwise,then your as dumb as the current players he is associating with..

  8. bamabino January 16, 2014 at 11:58 pm #

    And here’s your link Barner Fife for your very own autographed Aubie football compliments of Mushmouth Marshall and Roidrage Mason. Must be an NCAA violation. Right?

  9. bamabino January 17, 2014 at 12:02 am #

    LMAO@ any idiot that still reads Clay Travis. He’s the boy who cried wolf so much that the villagers on the plains won’t even venture to his field anymore to have relations with his sheep.

  10. ITK January 17, 2014 at 9:04 am #

    Has any Clay Travis “Sky is falling” blog ever come true?

    No one listens to him, and for good reason. There isn’t a more insufferable ass on the internet, and strangely, that includes LMAO.

  11. The Conduit January 17, 2014 at 9:52 am #

    I think people listen to Clay Travis, but not for good reason, necessarily.

    Let’s put it this way——-I don’t even think he expects his stories to do anything at all, ever, or even necessarily believes in what they publish. After all, Alabama disappearing from college football would be the absolute worst-case scenario for his career.

    But I do think he’s smart enough to know how to get readers and hits, and I think that’s what it’s really all about. So he talks about Alabama.

    Sure, the things he says are meant to stir up trouble rather than to actually cause any changes, but there’s a reason why his site talks about Alabama more than, well, anything at all. Nothing even comes close, even after two other teams played for a national championship. Alabama equals profit. It’s his cash cow. And he doesn’t have to be right to make money. I don’t have to like the guy, but hell, he writes more about Alabama than some Alabama fan sites, even.

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