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About Alabama Crimson Tide Football

One of the most successful and competitive teams in the history of college football, the Alabama Crimson Tide is among the most exciting teams to see in person. This team began competing in 1892 -making it one of the oldest programs in the country - and there have been countless epic moments and legendary games throughout the past century. The Alabama Crimson Tide compete in the NCAA's Southeastern Conference (SEC), which has been the most exciting conference in college football for much of the past three decades. One would be hard-pressed to find another team throughout collegiate athletics that compares to the dominance of the Crimson Tide.

Deep south rivalries
The Alabama Crimson Tide play at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa. This arena was built in 1929, and was once known as Denny Stadium. Bryant was added in 1975 to commemorate the storied career of famed coach Paul "Bear" Bryant. The atmosphere is electrifying at this stadium, which seats nearly 102,000 individuals - making it the seventh largest in the United States. The Auburn University Tigers are inarguably the Alabama Crimson Tide's greatest rival, and have been for more than a century. The Iron Bowl takes place each year, pitting the two Alabaman teams against one another. This particular event has taken place since 1893, producing some of the most famous and legendary moments in the history of college football. Several other teams in the SEC, including the University of Georgia Bulldogs, the University of Tennessee Bulldogs and the Louisiana State University Tigers are also notable rivals.

History of winning
Where to begin? Bear Bryant, who coached this team from 1958 to 1982, winning six championships and, at that point, the most wins of all time with 323, would be a good place to start. Other legends include Derrick Thomas, Cornelius Bennett, Joe Namath, Ken Stabler, Ozzie Newsome and Lee Roy Jordan. This program has produced more than 100 All Americans. Nick Saban has been the head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide since 2007, and has already logged four national championships in that time. Quarterback AJ McCarron was among the most recent star players to move on to the National Football League, while he was teammates with wide receiver Julio Jones who has earned a spot at the top of professional football. Running back Derrick Henry won the 2015 Heisman Trophy, while most fans are excited to see Bo Scarbrough in action in 2016, who is expected to be even better than his predecessor. Going back to the 1980s, "The Sack" from Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Cornelius Bennett on Notre Dame quarterback Steve Buerlein is among the most famous moments in the history of the game. More recently, there was the "Prothro Catch," which involved wide receiver Tyrone Prothro wrapping his arms around a defender to make an incredible catch - named the top play of the year in the NCAA. Don't miss your chance to enjoy one of these games - get your cheap Alabama Crimson Tide tickets today!

Championships
Rose Bowl Champions (1925, 1930, 1934)
Sugar Bowl Champions (1961, 1978, 1979, 1992)
Cotton Bowl Classic Champions (1941, 2015)
Orange Bowl Champions (1965)
BCS National Champions (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015)

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