6:15 pm CST.
Announcers: Chris Fowler Play-by-play, Kirk Herbstreit Color
Livestreaming: WatchESPN.com or the WatchESPN App
Chuck Barrett and Quinn Grovey will call the game.
Here's the list of affiliates. (you can also stream the call from that link on standard or mobile)On satellite radio, the game will be on Sirius 157 and XM 190.
If you’re in Birmingham for the game tune you can tune into 102.9 for local Crimson Tide Radio coverage.
The line opened at Bama (-28.5) and has creeped up steadily all the way to (-31.5) *as of Thursday night* with an O/U of (54)
Around 70 at kickoff and dipping into the 60s during the game with less than 10% chance of rain.
Interested in the best places to eat around Tuscaloosa? How about where Nick Saban gets his oil changed? Where every Crimson Tide running back goes to get that exact same braided dreads hair-do? I expect these and other “interesting” story lines to be covered by Fowler and Herbie Saturday night as they watch Bama run, all, over the Hogs. The defense has actually been a moderate bright spot for The Razorbacks this season but a depleted South Carolina running back corps were “running at will” according to Will Muschamp by the 3rd Quarter of the South Carolina game. As someone who caught a decent amount of the Bama/Vandy game, I expect a similar game plan from Saban. Bielema stated Thursday that expects Austin Allen to “give it a shot” on Saturday and “We’ll see what happens”. Here’s hoping “what happens” isn’t the offensive (and offensive) line getting him carted off the field. My prediction is sadly, Bama a whole lot and Arkansas not much at all. I’ll give the (31.5). Enjoy the Fowler/Herbie vamping Saturday night, here’s hoping they’ve got some fun stories to tell. Go Hogs!