Western Kentucky – August 31st – Home
The Alabama Football team will open its season in August facing off against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. The Hilltoppers finished the season 7-5 good enough for fourth in Conference USA. The Hilltoppers will barring any transfers, return their top three wide receivers in Malachi Corley, Dalvin Smith, and Easton Messier who combined for 1,810 yards and 18 touchdowns.
University of South Florida – September 7th – Home
The Alabama Football team will play the South Florida Bulls again who gave them an incredibly tough test with the Tide coming out on top 17-3. The game will be one the Crimson Tide can’t sleepwalk through as the Bulls proved they’re a tough opponent this season. The upside for the Alabama Football team is that they should be more secure at the Quarterback position in 2024 than they were for the 2023 matchup. The game will also be played in Bryant-Denny Stadium rather than Raymon James Stadium in the Florida heat.
Wisconsin Badgers – September 14th – Away
The Crimson Tide will play its first road game at Camp Randall traveling to Camp Randall. The Badgers struggled this season in the first year under former Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell. The teams haven’t played since 2015 when the Alabama Football team beat the Badgers 35-17.
The Badgers will be much improved in the second year under Luke Fickell as the team started to come on late winning their final two games to finish above .500 and earning bowl eligibility. The Badgers will have an influx of talent as they’re bringing in the nation’s 24th-ranked recruiting class. This will be Alabama Football’s last game before a bye week and an SEC Championship Game rematch.