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University of Alabama releases 2014 football schedule

BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

The University of Alabama has released their football schedule for 2014.

The Tide will be facing Florida, Texas A&M, Mississippi State and Auburn at home in SEC contests. They will travel to Ole Miss, Arkansas, Tennessee and LSU for SEC games.

The kickoff game for the 2014 season against West Virginia will take place as the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game. It is the second straight year and fourth time overall to be in the kickoff game.

 

2014 ALABAMA FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

 

Date                      Opponent                           Site 

Aug. 30                 West Virginia                     Atlanta, Georgia

Sept. 6                  Florida Atlantic                 Bryant-Denny Stadium

Sept. 20                *Florida                               Bryant-Denny Stadium

Oct. 4                    *at Ole Miss                       Oxford, Mississippi

Oct. 11                  *at Arkansas                      Fayetteville, Arkansas

Oct. 18                  *Texas A&M                      Bryant-Denny Stadium

Oct. 25                  *at Tennessee                  Knoxville, Tennessee

Nov. 8                   *at LSU                                 Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Nov. 15                 *Mississippi State           Bryant-Denny Stadium

Nov. 22                 Western Carolina            Bryant-Denny Stadium

Nov. 29                 *Auburn                              Bryant-Denny Stadium

 

*Southeastern Conference (SEC) opponent

Bold indicates home game

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