Alabama vs. LSU game... what you need to know before you go!


LSU v Alabama

LSU v Alabama

There are several reports President Trump will attend the Alabama vs. LSU game on Saturday.According to the Associated Press, the Federal Aviation Administration is advising that Trump will travel to Tuscaloosa, Ala. for the game.Kickoff for the huge SEC match up at Bryant-Denny Stadium is Saturday at 2:30 p.m.The stadium holds more than 100,000 fans, and depending on the poll you look at, it’s currently a No. 1 vs. No. 2 contest.

College GameDay

•      The stage will be set up on the lawn by Denny Chimes.

•      Show airs from 8-11 a.m. CT with live SportsCenter hits beginning at 6 a.m.

•      Admission is free to fans of all ages

Need to Know:

•      Fans are asked to arrive early to maximize their experience. Those in attendance can watch the live show from the Pit area surrounding the stage or anywhere throughout the Quad.

•      ESPN’s Pit area will open at 5:30 a.m.

•      Attendees who enter the Pit area will be screened and must adhere to all of ESPN’s rules for this area, including: no food or drink and bag checks and inspection of all signs (signs are not permitted to display: vulgar, political or religious symbols; signs cannot promote outside brands or websites)

Marty & McGee and SEC Nation

•      The stage will be set up on the lawn of Moore Hall (across University Boulevard).

•      Shows air from 8-11 a.m. CT, starting first with Marty and McGee from 8-9 a.m. followed by Nation from 9-11 a.m.

•      Admission is free to fans of all ages

Need to Know:

•      Fans are asked to arrive early to maximize their experience. Those in attendance can watch the live show from the Pit area surrounding the stage or anywhere near Moore Hall.

•      SEC Network’s Pit area will open at 6:30 a.m.

•      Attendees who enter the Pit area will be screened and must adhere to all of ESPN’s rules for this area, including: no food or drink and bag checks and inspection of all signs (signs are not permitted to display: vulgar, political or religious symbols; signs cannot promote outside brands or websites)

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