Alabama’s 2020 Football Season Kicks off Saturday at Missouri
By WVUA 23 Contributor Harrison Holland
The second-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide will travel to Columbia to play the Missouri Tigers on Saturday night. Alabama’s opener is the first of ten conference games, being that all regular season games are inner-conference this year.
Redshirt Junior Mac Jones is this year’s starting quarterback, and along with fellow teammates, he aims to prove he is capable of leading the Crimson Tide to another championship season. Expectations are high, and despite the current climate surrounding the season, this is nothing new for Alabama.
Fans are allowed to attend the game at Memorial Stadium, although capacity will be limited due to COVID-19 restrictions. All tickets to enter the stadium must be presented through a mobile device. Ticket prices range from $163 to over $300, according to StubHub.
Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. on ESPN.