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The Crimson Tide's Favorable 2023 Football Schedule

Jameson Steward

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While the Alabama Crimson Tide had some fairly tough road games in 2022, their schedule in 2023 lays at nicely for another run at a championship.

Here is the Alabama Crimson Tide's 2023 football schedule.

  • September 2 vs. Middle Tenneessee State
  • September 9 vs. Texas
  • September 16 at South Florida
  • September 23 vs. Ole Miss
  • September 30 at Mississippi State
  • October 7 at Texas A&M
  • October 14 vs. Arkansas
  • October 21 vs. Tennessee
  • November 4 vs. LSU
  • November 11 at Kentucky
  • November 18 vs. Chattanooga
  • November 25 at Auburn

Games to Circle

At Texas A&M

Texas A&M had a terribly disappointing season in 2022. Even with all of their struggle, they still almost beat Alabama in Tuscaloosa. The Aggies have a tremendous amount of talent that comes close at some positions to the talent levels of Alabama. Look for the Aggies to put up a strong fight in this game.

Vs. Tennessee

Alabama will be looking to avenge their first lost to the Vols since 2006. Alabama won't forget the aftermath of losing to the Vols and will be ready to roll in Tuscaloosa. I look for it to be a competitive game.


The Tigers stunned the Tide in 2022, and this game could very well determine the SEC West champion again in 2023. LSU can match the Tide's talent across the field, and will be every bit as hungry to get back to Atlanta. If both teams live up to their preseason expectations, this could be a candidate for the Game of the Year in 2023.

At Auburn

Hugh Freeze's first year in Auburn will end with the Tide coming to town. Alabama should be the better team, but in rivalry games, who knows what may happen? Also, given Freeze's history of upsetting the Tide this will certainly be a game worth watching.

The Tide's Chances to Get to Atlanta

All that being said, Alabama has a favorable schedule in 2023. Most of their toughest opponents have to come to Alabama's home stadium to play.

I think the most challenging part of 2023 for Alabama won't be their schedule but rather how they replace Bryce Young. If they can find a quarterback to play well with the rest of their talented roster, Alabama will be in good shape to compete for another SEC title - and beyond.

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