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Alabama Crimson Tide Football 2015 News and Updates
5/25/15 - It may be summer, but the Alabama Crimson Tide football team is already preparing for the 2015 season. A few late recruits will come in during the summer, but most of the roster is already set. Although the team is not allowed to have official practices during the summer months, they can have off-field meetings and the players can have unofficial practices and trainings done on their own time. During this time, the team should concentrate on continuing to develop a strong quarterback, while also getting their summer enrollees ready to join the team when official training begins. Fans can already get their tickets for the 2015 season, with the first game the 2015 Cowboys Classic against the Wisconsin Badgers in Arlington, TX, on September 5. Tickets start at $19.
12/9/14 - The postseason destination for the Alabama Crimson Tide was expected and familiar. But the Sugar Bowl opponent, Ohio State, was the surprise for the top-ranked (CFP) Tide; the two storied programs have only met on three previous occasions. The first meeting of the two was in the 1978 Sugar Bowl, when the squads were coached by legends Paul “Bear” Bryant and Woody Hayes.
12/2/14 - Avoiding an Iron Bowl upset, the Alabama Ctimson Tide locked in a trip to the SEC championship game in Atlanta with a 55-44 win over archrival Auburn. The Tide, winners of the SEC’s West Division, will square off against East champ Missouri at the Georgia Dome on Dec. 6.
11/25/14 - Even though the final score, 48-14, appeared to be a convincing win for the Alabama Crimson Tide, their FCS opponent, Western Carolina, kept it close for a while. The Tide didn’t break away until late in the second quarter, when they scored a total of 28 points to put the game out of reach.
11/11/14 - Not many teams can go into Death Valley in Baton Rouge and come out with a W. The Alabama Crimson Tide needed overtime to do it, but shook off a late fumble, and game-tying field goal by LSU, to come away with a 20-13 win.
11/4/14 - In the latest College Football Playoff poll, the Alabama Crimson Tide moved up one spot to No. 5, just out of the top four behind Oregon, but still well in the postseason discussion. The 7-1 Tide (#4 AP and USA Today) travel to Baton Rouge this weekend to square off against LSU, who are fresh off a victory over Ole Miss.
10/28/14 - With the first College Football Playoff rankings out this week, the Alabama Crimson Tide find themselves just on the outside looking in. The Tide were selected as the sixth best team by the CFP committee, who will vote every week from this point on.
10/23/14 - After taking Texas A&M to the woodshed last week to the tune of a 59-0 smackdown, the Alabama Crimson Tide roll into Knoxville, Tenn. to face off against Tennessee. The Tide will be looking for their third straight conference win after falling to upstarts Mississippi.
9/25/14 - It was a passing performance that ranked as the second-best single-game performance in Alabama Crimson Tide history, as Blake Sims threw for 445 yards and four touchdowns, and the Tide swamped Florida with 21 unanswered points en route to a 42-21 victory in SEC play. Sims tossed an 87-yarder to Kenyan Drake on the first play from scrimmage, and went from there, with receiver Amari Cooper collecting 10 passes for 201 yards and three scores, giving him a new school record, and breaking one that had existed for 47 years previously. Even with the aerial attack, Bama still managed solid ground-game numbers, with Derrick Henry rambling for 111 yards on 20 carries. The Tide (#3 AP/#2 USA Today) travel to Oxford, Miss. this weekend to take on Ole Miss.
9/18/14 - Now is when things start to get a little more difficult for the #3 (AP)/#2 (USA Today) Alabama Crimson Tide, as Florida comes calling to Tuscaloosa this weekend. Strangely enough, the Gators are unranked in either poll, even though they’re 2-0 (their opener with Idaho was cancelled outright after an extended weather delay). The Tide’s scoring defense is typically strong, they’re 10th in the nation in points against, averaging 11.7 points per game given up (35 through three games). Since stepping into the starting role, senior Blake Sims has been solid, throwing for 646 yards and four touchdowns this year, including a pair of TD passes and one on the ground in the Tide’s last game, a 52-12 rout of Southern Mississippi.
9/11/14 - The Crimson Tide survived a Week 1 scare against West Virginia and trounced Florida Atlantic 41-0 in the second game, yet Alabama is ranked third in the latest A.P. poll, behind Florida State and Oregon. Rarely does the Crimson Tide lose at home, so fans who bought Alabama Football tickets ahead of the Week 3 matchup against Southern Miss should be in for a treat.
8/25/14 - This week college football finally gets underway after a long offseason. This year the heavily favored Alabama Crimson Tide will take on the West Virginia Mountaineers in the eighth annual Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic which will be played in the Georgia Dome. Alabama Football tickets for this game are going for an average of $160, making this one of the highest priced Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic of the last four years according to RazorGator.
8/19/14 - The Crimson Tide were undefeated after nine games last season before falling to fourth-ranked Auburn and then to sixth-ranked Oklahoma in the Sugar Bowl. Alabama brings back star running back T.J. Yeldon, who will hope to lead the team back to a national championship. Be sure to purchase Alabama football tickets from RazorGator ahead of the first game of the season, which is on August 30 against West Virginia.
8/18/14 - The AP preseason poll was released, and Alabama was ranked second behind last season’s national champions, Florida State. Alabama was ranked similarly in the USA Today poll, but received a first-place vote in the AP poll, while they didn’t receive any in the USA Today one. You can get Alabama football tickets on the secondary market now for their first game of the season, August 30 against West Virginia.
8/15/14 - What is there to say about the Alabama Crimson Tide football program that hasn’t been said before in one way or another? Head coach Nick Saban, who took the reins for the 2007 season, has had the Tide in the hunt for national championships in nearly every season at the helm, winning three BCS crystal footballs (in 2010, 2012 and 2013). For 2014, the Tide find themselves having to replace A.J. McCarron as their quarterback; competing for the position are senior Blake Sims and junior Jake Coker. Playing in the perennially tough Southeastern Conference means that every conference matchup is a highlight; in addition, the Tide roll into Atlanta to take on West Virginia to open their campaign.
8/6/14 – The Tide has rolled back into ‘Bama! Alabama Football reported for their first preseason practice last Friday, bringing us one step closer to the start of the season. The players suited up in full pads during yesterday’s practice, as anticipation continues to build for the season opener against West Virginia. The Saturday face off with the Mountaineers is less than four weeks away, so buy your Alabama Football tickets now! Get into the Georgia Dome on Aug. 30 for as little as $88 with Crimson Tide tickets from Razorgator.
7/20/14 – While the public might think Jacob Coker has the starting Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback job on lock, head coach Nick Saban says otherwise. He told media that Coker, as well as Blake Sims and other young players, will come into preseason with an equal opportunity to compete for the position. There is no distinct frontrunner in the race for quarterback at ‘Bama, but you can see who’s under center with tickets to their Week 1 game. Score West Virginia Mountaineers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide tickets for as low as $106 at the Georgia Dome.
6/25/14 – The Alabama Crimson Tide own nothing short of a loaded football roster. Alongside the 2014 recruits, Bama has fifteen 5-star and fifty 4-star players. Among these are senior Blake Sims and Florida State transfer Jacob Coker—both of whom are battling to replace one of the most productive quarterbacks in NCAAF history, AJ McCarron. Also in the mix is recent 2015 commitment (former Notre Dame commit) Blake Barnett, a 6’4” dual-threat signal caller out of the Golden State—which makes Bama’s future look as bright as ever. Despite a new look at quarterback, the Crimson Tide boast the best running back trio in the country (Yeldon, Henry, Drake) to help whoever’s under center next. Buy your Alabama Crimson Tide tickets now and see Saban’s stellar offense in action!
6/13/14 – Bama fans, if you were worried at all about AJ McCarron leaving a hole under center, don’t be. It looks like your new quarterback Jacob Coker is going to have quite a career playing for the Alabama Crimson Tide. His former coach at Florida State, Jimbo Fisher, thinks the 6’5” 235-lb signal caller is “much more talented” than any QB Nick Saban has ever had. That’s saying plenty, because under the Saban-era, the Tide have seen John Parker Wilson (Sugar Bowl), Greg McElroy (national championship) and AJ McCarron (two BCS Championships, Sugar Bowl). Gear up for greatness, Tuscaloosa, and buy your Alabama Crimson Tide tickets now!
6/4/14 – Before the 2013 football season started, the average cost of an Iron Bowl ticket was $320, $419 less than the cost in early November. Demand for the game didn’t climb until Auburn had a chance to play in the SEC title game, beating No. 24 Ole Miss, No. 7 Texas A&M, and No. 25 Georgia. Prices did drop to an average $604 the week of the big game in Auburn but the cheapest Iron Bowl ticket was $354, nearly four times face value. 2014 Iron Bowl tickets are currently averaging $578 in Tuscaloosa and the cheapest seat at Bryant Denny Stadium is $260. Like last year, we expect Iron Bowl ticket prices to fluctuate based on how the teams are performing throughout the season. Iron Bowl tickets in the past have averaged: $506 (2010), $230 (2011), $260 (2012).
5/20/14 – Bama may not be the preseason favorites to win it all, but that is exactly where Nick Saban wants his team. The famous Coach wants his players to be motivated by their loss to Auburn and the murmurings that Florida State, Oregon, and Oklahoma are ahead of them in the polls. While the three-peat everyone expected did not come to fruition, the focus is one advancing to the first-four team college football playoff. Florida (avg. $360), Texas A&M (avg. $353), and Auburn (avg. $610) remain the most expensive games on the Crimson Tide football schedule – no surprise there! What are the cheapest Alabama Crimson Tide tickets on the secondary market? Check out the Florida Atlantic Owls at an average price of $103 or the Western Carolina Catamounts for $116.
4/21/14 – Entering his eighth season as Bama’s head coach, Nick Saban showed that the Tide are ready to rebound from last year’s hiccup in the Sugar Bowl at Saturday’s A-Day spring game in Bryant-Denny Stadium. While transfer QB Jacob Coker (Florida State) wasn’t on the field for the scrimmage, veteran Blake Sims was there to show he was ready to challenge for the gig. Looking forward to August, the Alabama Crimson Tide football schedule includes a “home” opener at the Georgia Dome against West Virginia, and SEC showdowns against the Florida Gators, Texas A&M Aggies, and the season finale Iron Bowl (min. $260) at home. Secure your Alabama Crimson Tide tickets now to ensure you don’t miss a game in Tuscaloosa.
2/4/14 - Although the Alabama Crimson Tide didn’t close out their 2013 season with a third straight national championship, the school proudly lays claim to the best coach of the BCS era (no coach has more titles than Nick Saban). The No. 6 Tide, finished 11-2 (7-1 in the SEC) with a Sugar Bowl loss, and will say goodbye to a handful of notable seniors: AJ McCarron (finished second in Heisman Trophy voting) viewed as a late first/early second-round draft pick, LB C.J. Mosley, P Cody Mandel, WR Kevin Norwood, and RG Anthony Steen. Juniors foregoing their senior season for the Draft include: first-round projections safety HaHa Clinton-Dix and OT Cyrus Kuoandijo, and LB Adrian Hubbard and DE Jeoffrey Pagan. Alabama’s five-star recruits to don the Crimson next year are something to behold: DB Marlon Humphrey (son of former Bama/NFL RB Bobby Humphrey), DB Tony Brown, DE Da’Shawn Hand, OL Cameron Robinson, and Tuscaloosa native Bo Scarbrough. These top-tier talents join a slew of incoming 4-star players and former Seminoles QB Jacob Coker. For the fourth consecutive year, you can bet that Saban and his team will finish with the country’s highest-rated class. Additionally, former USC coach Lane Kiffin will join Bama as the new offensive coordinator. Things are looking great for this storied team as they get the ball rolling this offseason!
11/1/13 – Top-ranked Tide continue to roll over opponents, outscoring them 330-78. Alabama is the only a undefeated team remaining in the SEC and holds the league’s best chance of making it to the SEC title game, their eighth straight. On their quest for a third straight BCS National Championship, Alabama defeated Texas A&M in the most expensive College Football regular season game ever and will have to get past SEC rival No. 13 LSU Tigers next Saturday at home. Alabama vs. LSU tickets start at $194 and reach $842 for a seat in the lower level; the SEC showdown is the second priciest game in all of CFB this season, third most intriguing.
Alabama Crimson Tide Football 2015 Season
The preseason football polls rank the Crimson Tide the second best team in the country, trailing only Florida State, the reigning national champions. While it is unclear who will start for Alabama at quarterback, with both Blake Sims and Jacob Coker vying for the job, one thing is for certain. The Crimson Tide will be looking to avenge a dismal end to last season. Fans who buy Alabama Football tickets will be in for a treat come August 30, when the Crimson Tide opens the regular season against West Virginia.
After becoming the first repeat BCS Champion last season, the Crimson Tide look this season to win their third straight title and fourth in the last five years. Despite having three consecutive first round picks in the 2013 draft, coach Nick Saban has more than enough talent to achieve the three-peat. Returning is senior quarterback AJ McCarron, who led the NCAA in passing efficiency last season. He's joined in the backfield by sophomore running back T.J. Yelden, who will take a larger role after the departure of Eddie Lacy to the NFL. Average price for Alabama tickets at home this season is $249, third highest in the NCAA after last year's BCS Championship opponent Notre Dame Fighting Irish and SEC rival LSU Tigers.
Alabama opens the 2013 season against the Virginia Tech Hokies in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Classic. Held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, the Hokies vs. Crimson Tide game has an average price of $305. The most expensive game on the 2013 Alabama football schedule at Bryant Denny Stadium this season is against LSU on 11/9, with an average LUS vs. Alabama tickets price of $525. Averaging $124, the least expensive home game comes on 10/5 against non-conference opponent Georgia State. On 9/14, Alabama travels to College Station to face off against Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies, who dealt the Tide their only loss last season. The marquee matchup is the third most-expensive NCAA football game this season, with an average Texas A&M vs. Alabama tickets price of $623. The Iron Bowl with the Auburn Tigers, held this season at Jordan Hare Stadium in Auburn, is averaging $350.