Who are the announcers for Alabama vs LSU?

Alabama vs. LSU will air live on CBS starting at 8 p.m. ET. Brad Nessler and Gary Danielson will call the game from the booth with Jamie Erdahl serving as the sideline reporter. Saturday’s game will be the fifth national broadcast for Alabama, all of which came on CBS. It will be the Tigers’ third nationally televised game, also all on CBS.

When was the rematch between Alabama and LSU?

Alabama and LSU’s much-anticipated rematch is finally here after getting postponed in November. Well, anticipated for the Tide, anyway.

What was LSU’s worst start to a season?

Well, anticipated for the Tide, anyway. LSU (3-4 SEC) hasn’t exactly looked the part of defending national champion, suffering its worst start to a season through seven games since 1999: The Tigers started 2-5 through under coach Gerry DiNardo, part of a season in which they finished 3-8.

When did Nick Saban take over at LSU?

For context on exactly how long ago that was, Nick Saban took over as LSU’s coach the following year. No. 1 Alabama, meanwhile, is 8-0 and in the driver’s seat for the SEC West division title, conference championship and College Football Playoff berth.

When was the last time Alabama played LSU?

The series has been marked by long stretches where the home team has struggled. Alabama is 29–9–2 against LSU in Baton Rouge; they went 16–1–1 from 1965–98. Alabama has gone 7–12 in games played in Alabama since 1982.

What’s the record of the Alabama-LSU rivalry?

Alabama Crimson Tide LSU Tigers Meetings total 85 All-time series Alabama leads, 54–26–5 Largest victory Alabama, 47–3 (1922) Longest win streak Alabama, 11 (1971–1981)

When did the 2014 Alabama football schedule come out?

The depth chart listed below shows starters and backups as announced in August 2014. The 2014 schedule was officially released on August 21, 2013. Alabama faced all six Western Division opponents: Arkansas, Auburn, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, and Texas A&M.