Kickoff Time and TV Channel Set for Alabama-Texas Week 2 Clash
Sports fans are still about three months away from the 2022 NCAA college football season. Patience is certainly a virtue, but that hasn't stopped fans from getting excited whenever more information about the upcoming NCAAF gets revealed.
One of the more anticipated games in the upcoming season is a collision between two iconic schools as the Alabama Crimson Tide face off against the Texas Longhorns in Week 2. Fortunately, fans learned about the exciting matchup's kickoff time and TV channel on Thursday.
Alabama vs Texas Week 2 Kickoff & TV Channel
The Crimson Tide and Longhorns will collide at 11 a.m. ET on Saturday, Sept. 10 at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, TX. With the game also being broadcasted on Fox, it's hard to imagine it not being one of the most-watched matchups of the year.
Both schools underwent different experiences last fall. Alabama went 13-2 overall and even won the SEC Championship Game before losing the CFP National Championship to Georgia. Meanwhile, Texas went 5-7 and failed to make a bowl game.
Alabama and Texas have met nine times since 1902, resulting in a 7-1-1 record in favor of the Longhorns. The Crimson Tide's only win came the last time the two schools met, but that was all the way back at the 2010-11 BCS Championship Game.
Anything can happen before Week 2, but early odds are projecting the Crimson Tide to win in a big way. FanDuel Sportsbook currently has Alabama as the early 15-point road favorite with -110 odds to cover. Texas is also -110 on the spread.
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