Alabama Football Schedule 2019

Find out when, where and against what team the Crimson Tide are playing this fall

Bama Schedule 2019

Here's the Alabama football schedule with a full list of the Crimson Tide's 2019 opponents, game locations, with game times, TV channels coming as they're announced. Updated results with final scores will be added throughout the season.
 

Alabama Crimson Tide 2019 Schedule

 

Date: Opponent (Location)

  • Saturday, Aug. 31: Alabama 42, Duke 3
  • Saturday, Sept. 7: Alabama 62, New Mexico State 10
  • Saturday, Sept. 14: Alabama 47, South Carolina 23
  • Saturday, Sept. 21: vs. Southern Miss Golden Eagles (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) - 12 p.m. on ESPN2
  • Saturday, Sept. 28: vs. Ole Miss Rebels (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
  • Saturday, Oct. 12: at Texas A&M Aggies (College Station, Texas)
  • Saturday, Oct. 19: vs. Tennessee Volunteers (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
  • Saturday, Oct. 26: vs. Arkansas Razorbacks (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
  • Saturday, Nov. 9: vs. LSU Tigers (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
  • Saturday, Nov. 16: at Mississippi State Bulldogs (Starkville, Miss.)
  • Saturday, Nov. 23: vs. Western Carolina Catamounts (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
  • Saturday, Nov. 30: at Auburn Tigers (Auburn, Ala.)

 

Week 1 — Aug. 31 vs. Duke (Atlanta)

Alabama opens the season inside of Mercedes-Benz Stadium, a venue that has been quite fond of the Crimson Tide in recent visits. This time the opponent is Duke, a team that is coming off of an 8-5 campaign in 2018. Things would be a bit easier if Blue Devils head coach David Cutcliffe had quarterback Daniel Jones, a potential first-round pick in the upcoming NFL draft, still running his offense. Nick Saban's squad has been mighty stingy in season openers since 2008.

 

Week 2 — Sept. 7 vs. New Mexico State (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

The Crimson Tide will play their first home game against the New Mexico State in what should be a mere exhibition before opening SEC play on the road against South Carolina. The independent Aggies won just three games last season, so this should be a matchup in which Saban gets to see plenty of his younger players in action. 

 

Week 3 — Sept. 14 at South Carolina (Columbia, S.C.)

Bama heads to Williams-Brice Stadium for the first time since 2010 when the Tide were  stunned 35-21 by the Gamecocks. Stephen Garcia, Marshon Lattimore and Alshon Jeffery helped pull off the upset of the No. 1 team in the nation that day. This will be South Carolina's SEC home opener as Jake Bentley looks to pull off another monster upset.

 

Week 4 — Sept. 21 vs. Southern Miss (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

The Golden Eagles won six games last season, and might have had a seventh if not for their game vs. Appalachian State getting postponed due to inclement weather. Southern Miss finished second in Conference USA's West Division and figures to be a heavy underdog for this matchup. 

 

Week 5 — Sept. 28 vs. Ole Miss (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Last year Alabama defeated the Rebels 62-7 in Oxford. The 2018 Ole Miss offense featured three NFL-caliber wide receivers (D.K. Metcalf, A.J. Brown and DsMarkus Lodge) and mustered all of one touchdown. How many, if any, will this Rebels team, which also will be breaking in a new quarterback and new offensive coordinator, score at Bryant Denny?

 

Week 7 — Oct. 12 at Texas A&M (College Station, Texas)

This matchup could very well be Alabama's toughest game in the 2019 regular season. Jimbo Fisher and the Aggies almost knocked off Clemson last year at Kyle Field and you can bet they'll be primed for this opportunity. With Kellen Mond at the helm and Fisher making $75 million these are the moments where you earn your massive contract. Saban and Alabama know all too well what A&M is capable of. Just go back to 2012 and '13. 

 

Week 8 — Oct. 19 vs. Tennessee (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Saban has never lost a game to a former assistant. Jeremy Pruitt isn't likely to end that streak anytime soon. The Volunteers should be improved in Pruitt's second year at the helm, but probably still aren't quite ready to hang with the Tide just yet.

 

Week 9 — Oct. 26 vs. Arkansas (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Last year in Fayetteville, the Crimson Tide hung 65 points in a 34-point rout of the Razorbacks. Chad Morris should have the Razorbacks playing better, but this is a program coming off of an extremely disappointing 2-10 campaign. Maybe the Tide sleepwalk through this one with a bye looming followed by the annual tussle with LSU?

 

Week 11— Nov. 9 vs. LSU (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

LSU hasn't defeated Alabama since the epic 2011 regular season encounter, a game that needed overtime to decide. Ed Orgeron has quieted the critics after leading the Tigers to 10 wins last season, but a win over the Tide, especially in Tuscaloosa, will validate his tenure. Can the Bayou Bengals get enough from quarterback Joe Burrow and the offense to pull off the upset on the road? 

 

Week 12 — Nov. 16 at Mississippi State (Starkville, Miss.)

If you need more cowbell then Starkville on a Saturday is the place to be. Joe Moorhead underwhelmed in his debut campaign and Nick Fitzgerald, Montez Sweat and Jeffery Simmons have all departed. For what it's worth, the Bulldogs had Bama on the ropes in 2017 and will look to do the same here.

 

Week 13 — Nov. 23 vs. Western Carolina (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)

Don't sleep on the Catamounts! No, seriously, Saban will not allow you to sleep on Western Carolina from the FCS ranks. It's part of the process. 

 

Week 14 — Nov. 30 at Auburn (Auburn, Ala.)

The Iron Bowl will take place in Jordan-Hare Stadium with the Tigers looking to make it back-to-back home wins against the Tide for the first time since the mid-2000s. I don't envision this game being a "winner-takes-all in the West" situation but it's always a compelling matchup.

—Schedule analysis by Nick Kayal

 

2020 Alabama Football Schedule

Alabama Football Schedule 2020

 

 

Below is a look at the previous year's schedule, with final scores for each game.

Alabama Crimson Tide 2018 Schedule

Date Opponent Location Time (ET)/
Results
TV
Sat., Sept. 1

vs.
Louisville

Orlando, Fla. W, 51-14 ABC
Sat., Sept. 8

vs.
Arkansas State

Tuscaloosa, Ala. W, 57-7 ESPN2
Sat., Sept. 15

at 
Ole Miss

Oxford, Miss. W, 62-7 ESPN
Sat., Sept. 22

vs. 
Texas A&M

Tuscaloosa, Ala. W, 45-23 CBS
Sat., Sept. 29

vs.
Louisiana

Tuscaloosa, Ala. W, 56-14 SECN
Sat., Oct. 6

at
Arkansas

Fayetteville, Ark. W, 65-31 ESPN
Sat., Oct. 13

vs. 
Missouri

Tuscaloosa, Ala. W, 39-10 ESPN
Sat., Oct. 20

at 
Tennessee

Knoxville, Tenn. W, 58-21 CBS
Sat., Nov. 3

at  
LSU

Baton Rouge, La. W, 29-0 CBS
Sat., Nov. 10

vs.
Mississippi State

Tuscaloosa, Ala. W, 24-0 CBS
Sat., Nov. 17

vs.
The Citadel

Tuscaloosa, Ala. W, 50-17 SEC Network
Sat., Nov. 24

vs.  
Auburn

Tuscaloosa, Ala. W, 52-21 CBS
Sat., Dec. 1 vs.  
Georgia
SEC Championship Game
Atlanta W, 35-28 CBS
Sat., Dec. 29 vs.  
Oklahoma
Orange Bowl -
CFP Semifinal
Miami Gardens, Fla. W, 45-34 ESPN
Mon., Jan. 7

vs.  
Clemson
CFP National Championship

Santa Clara, Calif. L, 44-16 ESPN

Note: Time and TV subject to change.

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