Alabama Football News: Tide schedules future series with Minnesota – Roll Tide Wire

  • October 12, 2022

Alabama football has continued to schedule strong non-conference opponents for future schedules. Today, the program announced a home-and-home series with the Minnesota Golden Gophers for the 2032 and 2033 seasons.
“The first game will take place in Minneapolis, Minn., on Sept. 18, 2032, with the Golden Gophers coming to Tuscaloosa on Sept. 17, 2033,” the official press release reads. “It will mark only the second and third games between the two programs and the first contests during the regular season. Minnesota won the only game in the series, a 20-16 win over the Crimson Tide in the 2004 Music City Bowl.”
Minnesota serves as a replacement for the series with Oklahoma the Crimson Tide had scheduled. It needed to be replaced because the Sooners will soon be joining the Southeastern Conference.
Home & Home Series.
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— Alabama Football (@AlabamaFTBL) October 11, 2022

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