TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The Alabama Crimson Tide, a week after defeating Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss on the road. Return to Tuscaloosa, will take on Austin Peay in its second-to-last home game of the regular season.
The Tide come into the game ranked No. 8 in the AP Poll, and while a shot at the College Football Playoff remains slim, there is still a very strong chance of appearing in a New Year’s Six Bowl.
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- Alabama leaves the field after warmups
- Jahmyr Gibbs and Eli Ricks are not on the field for warmups
- The Crimson Tide contingent is on the field for warmups. Bryce Young, Will Anderson and Byron Young are captains
- Alabama’s offensive players return to the field for warmups. Darrian Dalcourt is not sending snaps, a manager is holding his place
With it being an early kickoff against an FCS opponent, the crowd is noticeably light in Bryant-Denny
Officials for the game:
Kyle Olson -Referee
Ryan Aulds – Umpire
Randall Kizer – Linesman
Chris Conway – Line Judge
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Back Judge – Ron Turner
Field Judge – Wes Booker
Side Judge – Barry Blackwell
Center Judge – Chris Garner
- Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m. CT.
How to Watch
Who: Alabama vs. Austin Peay
When: 11 a.m. CT, Nov. 19
Where: Bryant-Denny Stadium
TV: ESPN+/SEC Network+
Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)
Radio: Crimson Tide Sports Network. Play-By-Play Chris Stewart, Analyst John Parker Wilson. SiriusXM channel 81.
Last time out, Alabama: The No. 9/10/11 Alabama football team scored on five of its last six possessions of the game, including four of its five second-half drives, to pull out a 30-24 come-from-behind victory over No. 11/11/9 Ole Miss Saturday night inside Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.
Trailing by as many as 10 points in the first half, the Crimson Tide chipped away at the deficit, using key stops on defense and clutch plays on offense to take and hold onto the lead in the second half.
Last time out, Austin Peay: A five-takeaway day by Austin Peay State University’s defense, including two Demetrius Ford interceptions, sparked an impressive 31-14 ASUN Conference victory against Kennesaw State, Saturday, at Fifth Third Bank Stadium.
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