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The games are actually broadcast on the Crimson Tide Sports Network and offered to local cable and satellite providers. You will need to contact your cable or satellite …provider to order the game and to find out the channel.
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On November 11, 1892, Alabama beat Birmingham High School 56-0.
They have won 345,983 games.
on your tv dude. just playin. try channel 4, or abc. if not there, try cbs, nbc, or ESPN
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Alabama has never lost a national championship game.
yes Alabama is going to win
March 4, 2006, UNC-Duke (as far as I know)
Three times ... 1893 (0-4), 1895 (0-4), and 1955 (0-10). The 2005 and 2006 teams were credited with 0 wins, having their victories taken away due to violations of NCAA polic…y.
ESPN offers several college football games and events on their website for streaming. You can watch them live or in repeat at WatchESPN.com.
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Yes, ESPN shows both college and professional football games. They also support fantasy football.
If you mean how much are tickets, it depends on the college. Most colleges have a web site that you can purchase tickets from. How much they cost will depend on whether or not… you're a currently enrolled student and exactly where in the stadium your seats are. It would be difficult to assign a price for the game itself, because that depends on far too many factors to come up with any meaningful average.