Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball tickets

Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball tickets

Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball Schedule

Although it is generally thought of as a football school, the Alabama Crimson Tide always manage to put together a quality basketball team that never fails to get their Tuscaloosa, Alabama home of Coleman Coliseum jumping. Last season the Crimson Tide struggled a bit and went 7-11 in the conference and 13-19 overall, and they are ready to make a big move up the conference standings this year as they are poised for a huge season. Head coach Anthony Grant is an excellent motivator and he will have plenty of talent to work with during the 2014-2015 season including returning senior guard Levi Randolph and Tulane transfer Ricky Tarrant along with sophomore Shannon Hale who will be looking to build upon an impressive freshman season. Navigating through the challenging SEC is never an easy task but the Crimson Tide appear to have the talent and experience to make some serious noise this season. Be sure to get your tickets for all of the Alabama Crimson Tide's biggest games from StubHub as soon as possible so you can get some of the best seats in the house.

In hoping to accomplish their goal of making a return to the NCAA Tournament this season the Crimson Tide will have their work cut out for them as they take on many of the best teams in all of college hoops. The Alabama Crimson Tide have home games at Coleman Coliseum against the Towson Tigers, the Western Carolina Catamounts, the Southern Miss Golden Eagles, the South Florida Bulls, the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles, the Stillman Tigers, the Appalachian State Mountaineers, the UCLA Bruins, and the North Florida Ospreys before conference play even begins. Once SEC play gets underway the Crimson Tide will host the Texas A&M Aggies, the Kentucky Wildcats, the Auburn Tigers, the Florida Gators, the Missouri Tigers, the Vanderbilt Commodores, the Georgia Bulldogs, the South Carolina Gamecocks, and the Ole Miss Rebels. During their mission to leapfrog teams like Florida, Georgia, and Kentucky the Alabama Crimson Tide will need every last bit of home court advantage they can get from all of their biggest fans at Coleman Coliseum.


Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball History

The Alabama Crimson Tide has a long and proud history of college basketball and is second in the SEC in both overall conference wins and SEC tournament championships, trailing only Kentucky. The Crimson Tide have won six conference tournament championships, eleven conference regular season championships, and 20 trips to the NCAA Tournament, most recently in 2012. The Crimson Tide have made it to the Sweet Sixteen eight times and to the Elite Eight once. Alabama was once ranked number one in the country for a short period of time in 2003. The 1930 Crimson Tide team won a Premo-Porretta national championship which was awarded before the NCAA Tournament was created. Additionally, the Crimson Tide has participated in the NIT eleven times and reached the championship game twice, in 2001 and 2011. This season the Crimson Tide will be looking to make a return to the NCAA Tournament and seem to have all of the right pieces in place to make some serious noise in the SEC and beyond.


Alabama Crimson Tide Basketball Conference

Although the SEC has well-deserved and renowned reputation for its college football, basketball has always been a huge deal in the conference as well and in recent years many schools have stepped up their game making it extremely difficult for a team to get through the tough conference schedule. Perennial powerhouses Florida, Kentucky, and Tennessee always are tough competition and with the recent development of programs like Ole Miss, Auburn, Georgia, and Alabama, the conference is only getting tougher. Altogether the SEC has won eleven National Championships with Kentucky leading the way with eight. Florida has won two national titles, back to back championships in 2006 and 2007, and Arkansas won one in 1994 Playing such a tough regular season schedule annually leaves the teams from the SEC who are selected for the Tournament ready to take on any college in the country and allows for even some of the lower seeds to pull off big time upsets. When it comes to college sports there is arguably no conference that is historically better or more dominant than the SEC. The Alabama Crimson Tide hit the hardwood at the Coleman Coliseum all season long, and their home venue is no stranger to selling out during the most anticipated match ups of the year. The Crimson Tide are coached by Anthony Grant who has spent the past few seasons bringing excitement back to Tuscaloosa as the Crimson Tide have been trying to re-establish themselves as one of the top teams in the SEC.


The Experience

There's nothing like being in the stands when the game is on the line, so ditch the couch, brush off the potato chips and get ready to see a game you won't soon forget. College basketball has plenty of great games on the schedule each and every season, from plenty of top-tier regular season battles to Tournament clashes that you'll have to see first-hand to believe. These are some of the best amateur athletes in the entire world, though that's something that you need to see for yourself to truly appreciate. Will you be there when your favorite player pulls up for a game-winning three that will have everyone jumping out of their seat in unison? There is nothing quite like being there with thousands of your fellow fans as the Crimson Tide look to pile up the wins and give their fans another memorable season, though that's not something that you're going to figure out sitting at home wondering what the atmosphere of the big game is like.


Trivia

Reggie King who played for the Crimson Tide from 1976-1979 is the school's all-time leader in career points, while Terry Coner is Alabama's career assist leader. NBA legend Robert Horry who won multiple NBA titles with the Rockets, Lakers, and Spurs is the Crimson Tide tallied more blocked shots than any other player in the university's history.

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28 Dec
Dec 28, 2014 5:30 PM
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06 Jan 2015
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17 Jan 2015
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24 Jan 2015
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27 Jan 2015
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14 Feb 2015
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21 Feb 2015
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24 Feb 2015
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03 Mar 2015
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