The Alabama Crimson Tide continue to march on, the number one team in the nation shooting for their third straight national championship. This week they face a lesser SEC rival in the Arkansas Razorbacks (3-4), a team that hasn’t won a conference game yet in 2013. According to ESPN on Oct. 18, Alabama even gets back safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix from suspension just in time. Here is how you can follow the Alabama vs. Arkansas live stream of the game as well as the tv info.
- Date: Oct. 19
- Start Time: 7 p.m. EST
- Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium, Tuscaloosa, Ala.
- TV Info: ESPN
- Live Stream: WatchESPN
Last year, the Crimson Tide beat Arkansas by 52 points, and after the Razorbacks lost to South Carolina 52-7 last week, it looks like this year could be a repeat. The odds in this game favor Alabama by 28 points and the over/under is 48.5, making it look like the Crimson Tide is expected to break the 50-point mark once again.
So far this season, only Texas A&M have offered any resistance, that game seeing Alabama win 49-42. However, since that game, Alabama has outscored their opponents, 149-16, and have only given up one touchdown and three field goals in the past four games.
After this Arkansas game, Alabama will have a Nov. 9 meeting with LSU in two weeks and an end-of-season game with rival Auburn, the only two teams realistically standing in the way of another national title game appearance. Arkansas, meanwhile, has lost four games in a tow and has the 95th ranked scoring offense in the country.
The Alabama vs. Arkansas live stream and tv coverage starts at 7 p.m. EST.