Crimson Tide vs Auburn: Notes, TV, Radio, Livestream Info


The Alabama Crimson Tide host the Auburn Tigers this weekend. Here is all the news, radio, television, and livestream information you need to cheer on the Tide.

No. 1/1 University of Alabama Crimson Tide (8-0, 5-0 SEC) at No. 13/16 Auburn University Tigers (, SEC)

Time: 2:30 p.m. Central Time
Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Local Weather at Kickoff: 

  • Stadium Capacity: 101,821
  • Television Information: CBS
  • Television Announcers:  Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson will call the game from the booth with Allie LaForce on the sidelines.
  • Radio Info: Crimson Tide Sports Network (Eli Gold as Play-by-Play announcer, Phil Savage as color analyst, and Chris Stewart as sideline reporter); Sirius 106/XM 190; ESPN Radio with Bill Rosinski, David Norrie and Ian Fitzsimmons on the call.
  • Livestream Info: Watch ESPN
  • Vegas Odds: (via OddsShark) Alabama (-17.5)
  • Next up for Alabama: Dec. 3 vs Florida Gators in the SEC Championship Game; Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia. Kickoff is set for 3 pm central time.

Via Alabama remains No. 1 in the College Football Playoff rankings and the Associated Press and Amway Coaches polls this week following Saturday’s 31-3 win over Chattanooga. Auburn is No. 13 in the CFP rankings and No. 16 in both the AP and Amway Coaches’ polls.
SEE MORE: Alabama Game Notes

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Alabama and Auburn will square off for the 81st Iron Bowl matchup on Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium. The Crimson Tide holds a 44-35-1 advantage in a series that dates back to the 1893 season. UA and AU first met on Feb. 22, 1893, at Birmingham’s Lakeview Park with the Tigers claiming a 32-22 victory in the inaugural matchup. Alabama has had the upper hand in recent meetings, claiming six of the last eight matchups with four of those wins leading to a Crimson Tide national championship, including a come-from-behind 26-20 win in Auburn in 2009, a 42-14 win in 2011, a 49-0 victory in 2012 and a 29-13 victory in Auburn last season.

SEE MORE: Auburn Game Notes

The Tigers enter Saturday’s contest with an 8-3 overall record and a 5-2 mark in the Southeastern Conference. Auburn opened the season  with a 19-12 home loss to No. 2/2 Clemson on Sept. 3 before rebounding to post a 51-14 home win over Arkansas State on Sept. 10. The Tigers lost to No. 17/20 Texas A&M on Sept. 16 to fall to 1-2 on the year but then won six straight games, starting with home wins over 18/17 LSU (18-13) on Sept. 24 and Louisiana-Monroe (58-7) on Oct. 1, at Mississippi State (38-14) on Oct. 8, at home vs. No. 17/17 Arkansas (56-3) on Oct. 22, at Ole Miss (40-29) on Oct. 29 and at home vs. Vanderbilt (23-16) on Nov. 5. The streak was snapped with a 13-7 loss at Georgia on Nov. 12. The Tigers rebounded to defeat Alabama A&M, 55-0, on Nov 19. Auburn is led by head coach Gus Malzahn, who has a five-year career record of 44-19, including a four-year mark of 35-16 (25-14 in SEC play) at Auburn.

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This year’s Iron Bowl promises to be nail-biter for Crimson Tide and Tigers fans alike. Join all of the BamaHammer crew on the website, Facebook, and Twitter as we provide commentary and information throughout the day. Roll Tide.