The 2020 Alabama football schedule was finalized Wednesday and includes seven games at Bryant-Denny Stadium plus four Southeastern Conference road matchups in addition to a neutral site pairing with the University of Southern California.

 In SEC play, Alabama will host Georgia, Mississippi State, Texas A&M and Auburn, while traveling to Ole Miss, Arkansas, Tennessee and LSU next season. The Crimson Tide also welcomes three non-conference opponents to Bryant-Denny Stadium, including Georgia State (Sept. 12), Kent State (Sept. 26) and Tennessee-Martin (Nov. 14).

 The Crimson Tide opens the 2020 campaign against USC on Sept. 5 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It marks the eighth consecutive year Alabama has opened the season with a neutral site game with UA holding a perfect 7-0 mark in those contests.

 Alabama then begins a three-game stretch at home, first with Georgia State on Sept. 12 before SEC play starts with a matchup against Georgia on Sept. 19. Following a third home pairing, this one with Kent State (Sept. 26), Alabama will travel to Oxford to take on Ole Miss on Oct. 3 for the first of four straight SEC games prior to a bye on Oct. 31.

 In addition to the contest with the Rebels, the Crimson Tide will also travel to Arkansas (Oct. 10) and Tennessee (Oct. 24) while hosting Mississippi State (Oct. 17) heading into the bye week. The Crimson Tide returns to action on the road against LSU on Nov. 7, then stays at home for the remainder of regular season with games against UT-Martin (Nov. 14), Texas A&M (Nov. 21) and Auburn (Nov. 28).

 The 2020 SEC Championship Game is slated for Saturday, Dec.5, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

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