5 Great Pictures from The Crimson Tide’s First Home Game
Last Saturday, The University of Alabama hosted it's first home game of the season. Thousands of fans joined together in Tuscaloosa to celebrate the first of many home games to be played at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Fans took to social media to show case all of the fun that took place here in Tuscaloosa, from the Million Dollar Band (MDB) to the tailgating to inside of the stadium.
The MDB performed on the steps of the Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library prior to the game to hype up fans as they prepared for the first home game.
Fans began setting up tents at the quad on Friday in preparation for Saturday's tailgating. Tailgaters host food, drinks, monitors and games set up for friends and family to enjoy throughout game day.
Another Tide tradition is the famous mascot, Big Al. Big Al made his way through the quad to pay all of the Tide fans a visit before jumping on the field for the big game.
The Crimson Tide started its season strong in Orlando, Fla., on Sept. 1 where they defeated the Louisville Cardinals 14-51.
The Tide came out on top with another win, this time against Arkansas State. This Saturday, The Tide makes its way down to Oxford, Miss., where they will take on the Ole Miss Rebels.