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Most of the Alabama Department of Transportation’s projects around Tuscaloosa and Birmingham are increasingly being placed on hold today through Sunday so game-day traffic won’t be suffering from closed workers or lanes on the roads.


But you can T-Town once, you’ll require a spot to park. If you don’t have an area prearranged already, the populous city of Tuscaloosa is encouraging people to park and ride. Several spots around town are for sale to those who desire to park from campus and have a bus there, including University Mall, the downtown Tuscaloosa Intermodal Facility, the DCH Regional Medical Center’s employee parking Tuscaloosa and lot Magnet School. Parking cost varies, but is $20 typically.

For more descriptive parking information, alongside costs, maps along with other details, visit uagameday.com/parking.

Stadium Security

For fans going to Bryant-Denny Stadium, anticipate early getting there.

Heightened security measures come in place, including metal detectors, meaning getting at night gates and in to the stadium shall have a few extra minutes.

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Fans may bring totes, bags, purses or clutches in to the stadium, however the University of Alabama’s clear bag policy applies. You will find clear bags which are stadium-approved at only about any retailer in Tuscaloosa that sells Crimson Tide merchandise, but if you’re not thinking about spending, gallon-size zip-close clear bags are allowed, too.

For additional information on UA’s clear bag policy, including a summary of non-permissible and permissible items, click right here.

Game-day Events


If you ensure it is to campus early, there are several events poised to help keep fans occupied before kickoff.

SEC Nation is broadcasting from Moore Hall beginning at 9 a.m.

At 10:30 a.m., the Coca-Cola Zone opens for business, as does the family-friendly tailgate located at the corner of Campus Hackberry and Drive Lane.

Barry Rich and Krauss Wingos are hosting an autographing session at 11:30 a.m. in the Hibbett Sports Tent.

Prince Antonio and Wimbely Langham will undoubtedly be at the Chevrolet tent.

Stadium gates open at noon. Big Al and the Million Dollar Band elephant stomp their way from Amelia Gayle Gorgas Library to the stadium at 1:30 p.m., and kickoff reaches 2:30 p.m.

For more game-day information, visit uagameday.com or download the UA Gameday app for iOS or Android.