Texas A&M vs. Alabama: Game time, TV channel, streaming, radio, and more

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Texas A&M football coach Jimbo Fisher and his new journey with the Aggies continues against No. 1 Alabama and head coach Nick Saban in Tuscaloosa.

Texas A&M football take on the Alabama Crimson Tide in their first conference game of 2018 in Week 4. This game will provide Fisher and the Aggies another opportunity against one of the nation’s best to see how far they’ve come along.

Game Time: 2:30 PM Central Standard Time

Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

TV Channel: CBS (National)

Announcers: Brad Nessler (play-by-play), Gary Danielson (analyst), Jamie Erdahl (sideline)

Streaming: CBS All-Access

Local Radio: The Texas A&M Radio Network provides coverage via nearly 60 stations across the state of Texas. For a complete list please visit 12thMan.com.

Local Commentators: Andrew Monaco (play-by-play), Dave Elmendorf (analyst), Will Johnson (sideline)

National Radio: Compass Media Networks

National Commentators: Gregg Daniels (play-by-play), Chad Brown (analyst)

Odds: Alabama -27, game is listed between -26.5 and -28 depending on the sports book.

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The game will be the 11th meeting between the Aggies and the Crimson Tide (Alabama leads 8-2). The Tide are located in Tuscaloosa, AL. Enrollment is listed at 38,563 according to their fall of 2017 numbers.

Head coach Nick Saban is in his 12th year (130-20, five national championships) at the helm. Saban came to Alabama after a short stint with the Miami Dolphins in the NFL. Before that he was the head coach at Toledo for one season where he went 9-2 in 1990.

He left for the NFL for four seasons before returning to college at Michigan State where he went 34-24-1 in five seasons. He took the head coaching job at LSU in 2000 where he went 48-16 in five seasons.

For your Aggies, A&M is currently ranked fifth in offense averaging 596 yards per game which sits behind Texas Tech, UCF, Ohio State and Memphis. On defense, the Aggies are 48th in the nation giving up 338 yards per game. The stat that needs to improve is the defense is allowing 6.2 yards per play.

With Alabama and their dynamic offense, the defense needs to continue to get better and work to eliminate the big play. Through three games, the Aggies have given up nine passing plays of 30 yards or longer.

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The Aggies carry their 30-game streak of scoring at least 14 points into Tuscaloosa. Only Louisville has reached that number against the Tide this year. The streak is the longest active in the SEC and third longest in the nation behind Oklahoma (43) and West Virginia (34).

Stats provided by ncaa.com