Alabama Crimson Tide Baton Rouge Tickets
The Alabama Crimson Tide is the varsity sports team of the University of Alabama. The Crimson Tide football team plays in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision and are members of the Western Division in the South East Conference. Playing since 1892, the Crimson Tides have played in many memorable college football games, such as winning the 1979 Sugar Bowl Clash with the top ranked Penn State. The Crimson Tides are led by head coach Nick Saban, who has previously coached the popular NFL franchise the Miami Dolphins. With a winning average of over eighty percent, Saban has turned the team into a formidable unit. Get Alabama Crimson Tide Baton Rouge tickets and watch the Crimson Tides take on the LSU Tigers.
The Alabama Crimson Tide football team has won nine division titles and earned twenty seven conference titles. Of the twenty seven titles, four titles came in the Southern Conference while the rest came after they joined the South Eastern Conference. The first four titles were brought home by the Crimosn Tide when Wallace Wade was the head coach. Frank Thomas who took on from Wade equaled the record by hauling in four more SEC trophies. However, Crimos Tides legendary coach,Paul "Bear" Bryant led the team to an unparalleled thirteen Conference Championships. Bryant brought along six National Championship crowns as well and established an era of supremacy for the Crimson Tides. In all, the Alabama Crimson Tides have fifteen claimed National Titles. Get Alabama Crimson Tide Baton Rouge tickets and watch the Crimson Tides play against their rivals the Louisiana State University Tigers.
The Crimson Tides and the LSU Tigers have a rivalry that dates back to 1895. With many close fought contests between the two sides, things heated up when the Crimson Tides hired Nick Saban as head coach who was formerly with LSU. At Baton Rouge, the home of the Tigers the Tides have managed to win two out of five games in the last decade. Their overall head to head score is titled in favor of the Crimson Tides with forty eight wins while the Tigers have won twenty five games.