The Alabama Crimson Tide have been the best team in the nation for two years running. However, according to Bleacher Report on Oct. 25, their fans are leaving games early and student organizations might lose their seating blocks because of it. The university said they are suspending the blocking privileges for 20 student organizations during the Tennessee Volunteers game and opening the blocks to regular students. Here is how everyone else can follow the Alabama vs. Tennessee live stream for the big game.
- Date: Oct. 26
- Time: 3:30 p.m. EST
- TV: CBS
- Live Stream: CBSSports Stream
Alabama is still ranked No. 1 in the nation and has a big win over Texas A&M, the only interesting game of the season for the Crimson Tide. Outside of that game, Alabama has outscored their opponents, 236-26. Maybe if the student organizations had stuck around, they could have slept the fourth quarter of most of those games.
This week’s opponent is the Tennessee Volunteers, a team that might be a stumbling block for Alabama. While Tennessee is only 4-3, and 1-2 in the SEC, they beat No. 11 South Carolina last week and went to overtime with No. 6 Georgia the week before. Alabama is the third of five consecutive games with ranked SEC teams for the Volunteers, who might see themselves as spoilers this year.
The Alabama vs. Tennessee live stream kicks off at 3:30 EST.