June 17, 2024

The game of the year on the Alabama basketball schedule has finally arrived.

On Saturday night, in primetime, No. 4 Tennessee will visit No. 14 Alabama for the first game in the month of March, with potentially a league title on the line.

Both teams currently sit at 12-3 in conference play, and the winner of the matchup will take control of sole first place in the SEC with just two games to go in the regular season.

College GameDay will be live from Coleman Coliseum for the first time in the program’s history. The ESPN show hosted by Rece Davis alongside Jay Bilas, Seth Greenberg and more will air from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. on ABC the morning of the game with the crew highlighting plenty of aspects of Nate Oats’ program in the process.

Not to mention, it’s the second time we’ll get to see SEC Player of the Year frontrunners Dalton Knecht and Mark Sears go head-to-head this season.

It’s the first game in the month of March between two rivals with everything at stake, what more could you ask for?

How to Watch: No. 14 Alabama vs No. 4 Tennessee

Who: No. 14 Alabama (20-8, 12-3 SEC) vs No. 4 Tennessee (22-6, 12-3 SEC)

When: Saturday, March 2, 7 p.m. CT

Where: Coleman Coliseum, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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Radio: Crimson Tide Sports Network (Play-By-Play: Chris Stewart, Analyst: Bryan Passink). The pregame show will begin one hour prior to tipoff.

Series: Alabama leads, 81-72

Last Meeting: Just over a month ago on January 20, Tennessee destroyed Alabama in Knoxville, 91-71, for the Crimson Tide’s first SEC loss of the season. The Vols’ Dalton Knecht scored 25 in the win while Mark Sears added 22 for Alabama.

Last Time Out, Alabama: The Crimson Tide went on the road to Ole Miss on Wednesday night and erased a 14-point deficit to remain tied atop the SEC standings at 12-3. Mark Sears scored 26 and Aaron Estrada posted the program’s fourth-ever triple-double in the 103-88 win.

Last Time Out, Tennessee: The Volunteers played the first of two extremely difficult games this week, knocking off No. 11 Auburn at home by a final score of 92-84. Dalton Knecht erupted for 39 points, looking like the best player on the floor throughout.

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