Alabama football: live stream free, TV Schedule, Score and how to watch online

The National Championship game 2018 will be played Jan. 8 in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Ga. Georgia got to the title game by beating Oklahoma and Alabama dominated Clemson. The game will be played in Atlanta and kickoff at 8:17 PM ET.

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Alabama football Schedule

Wk Opp. Date Location
1. Sept. 2 Atlanta, GA
(Mercedes-Benz Stadium)
This will be the most-hyped Week 1 non-conference games in years. And deservedly so. Buckle up.
2. Sept. 9 Tuscaloosa, AL
Another FSU, though this one is slightly less intimidating. This game also marks new Bulldogs coach Jeff Tedford’s first contest against an FBS opponent. Welcome back!
3. Sept. 16 Tuscaloosa, AL
Look, you can do a lot worse than the Rams on your non-conference schedule. (And Bama sure does, in two of its other non-SEC games.) But this three-game pre-Ole Miss stretch probably doesn’t have the Tide shaking in their cleats.
4. Sept. 23 Tuscaloosa, AL
How’s this for conference familiarity: Bama hasn’t played AT Vanderbilt since 2007. Ten years! That’s nuts, and a problem for competitive balance.
5. Sept. 30 Tuscaloosa, AL
For whatever reason, this game always delivers. Even last year, when a five-win Rebels team came as close as anyone to topping the Tide in the regular season.
6. Oct. 7 College Station, TX
What once looked like the SEC’s next great rivalry (thanks, Johnny Football) has turned into anything but: Bama’s won the last four meetings, including the last three by a combined 96 points.
7. Oct. 14 Tuscaloosa, AL
The Hogs are the only SEC West team Saban hasn’t lost to. Bret Bielema’s squad has hung tough the last three years, though, never losing by 20 or more points. (Hey, that’s more than most in the SEC West can say the past three years.)
8. Oct. 21 Tuscaloosa, AL
The Third Saturday in October has gone in Saban’s favor in every single meeting. No reason to think this year should be any different, although we suppose great upsets are what make rivalries special.
10. Nov. 4 Tuscaloosa, AL
A scoreless game for three quarters ended 10-0 in Bama’s favor last year. Now, Ed Orgeron is back as the full-time head man, with Matt Canada as his offensive coordinator. Though often low in points, this game is usually beautiful in its own unique way.
11. Nov. 11 Starkville, AL
Nick Fitzgerald might be the real deal. He’ll have his work cut out for him in this contest, though.
12. Nov. 18 Tuscaloosa, AL
Not only do the Tide have the same bye date as rival Auburn (Oct. 28), they also have six opponents in common this year, instead of the usual five SEC West matchups. (Auburn plays FCS member Mercer too. Poor Bears.)
13. Nov. 25 Auburn, AL
What’s in-store at Jordan-Hare Stadium this time around? Perhaps an SEC West title is on the line? With these being the two best teams in the SEC last year, the anticipation is already growing for the Iron Bowl.