Alabama Football Tickets and Schedule
Football fans have the Alabama Crimson Tide football program to thank for making Alabama almost synonymous with outstanding college football -- the team has one of the best records in college football history, one of the largest non-racing stadiums, and double digit national championship wins to back them up. In fact, the 101,821 capacity Bryant-Denny Stadium drives Alabama football tickets sales within the state more than any other college program in the area. Only Michigan Stadium, Ohio Stadium, Beaver Stadium, and Neyland Stadium are larger.
Since the beginning of the Auburn Crimson Tide football program in 1892, the team has captured 14 national championships, 26 conference titles, and logged an overall .710 winning percentage (814-320-43). And the Crimson Tide accomplished such feats without the help of many standout superstars, operating as a true college team in every sense of the word. In fact, until RB Mark Ingram won the Heisman Trophy in 2009, Alabama had not fielded a single Heisman winner in the school's history. They had, however, fielded 47 Consensus All-Americans.
The Crimson Tide are one of the most storied football programs in the history of the NCAA and continue to post solid numbers in the SEC. Alabama fans are looking forward to big challenges for the team in 2012, including a much-anticipated non-conference game against the Michigan Wolverines.