2014 Alabama A-Day Spring Football Game Primer

Roll Tide Roll - John David Mercer-US PRESSWIRE

Alabama A-Day Spring Football Game

Who: The Alabama football team will be divided up into two squads of Crimson vs. White and scrimmage.

What: A-Day represents the fifteenth and final football practice allowed by the NCAA for spring of 2014. This event will loosely be played like a game with referees, game clocks, and the occasional timeout.

Where: Bryant-Denny Stadium 920 Paul W Bryant Dr, Tuscaloosa, AL ‎35401. Parking & traffic will follow normal game day procedures.

When: Saturday, April 19, 2014, 1:00 pm CT.

Why: Are freakin' kidding me? ALABAMA FUTBAWL, Y'ALL!

TV: ESPNU with... ugh... Dave Neal and Joey Galloway.

[Alabama A-Day Rosters]



8:00-10:00am Locker room tours for Experience customers (Gate 3). Visit rolltide.expapp.com to purchase.
9:00am Fan Zone open on the North end of Bryant Denny Stadium: bouncey-houses, etc.
10:00am Pre-game field access for Experience customers (Gate 3). rolltide.expapp.com to purchase.
11:00am Gates open to Bryant Denny Stadium. FREE A-Day Posters will be available at the door (while supplies last).
11:15am Walk of Fame Ceremony at Denny Chimes (Kevin Norwood, C.J. Mosley, and AJ McCarron)
1:00pm A-Day Kick-Off
Halftime Tony Hoard and the K-9 Crew (frisbee-catching dogs)
Post-game Field access for fans (time, space, and weather permitting)


When 92,138 fans showed up at the 2007 A-Day, it made national headlines. They didn't do it because we thought it was cool or wanted to set any records. They did it out of pure enthusiasm for the program.

Since that time, spring game attendance across the nation has turned into a competition of sorts as well as a recruiting tool. When Saban thanks the fans in his post-game interviews, he means it. You are part of The Process®.

I would recommend being at the game for the following reasons:

  • The assigned announcers are awful.
  • ESPN is not hesitant to cut programming if the game runs long.
  • Does anyone actually get ESPNU?
  • It's going to be a beautiful day.
  • To show up Auburn.
  • It's gonna be FUN!
  • Saban wants you there! (Process'd)

We hope you can make it out.

Below is a list of 2014 Spring Game attendances to date:

Penn State - 72,000
Tennessee - 68,548
Nebraska - 61,772
Ohio State - 61,058
Georgia - 46,073
Oklahoma - 43,500
South Carolina - 36,412
Florida State - 36,500
Florida - 35,834
Clemson - 33,000
Notre Dame - 27,986
Louisville - 27,500
Mississippi State - 21,710
Texas Tech - 19,500
LSU - 18,565
Michigan - 15,000
Ole Miss - 15,000
Boise State - 13,822
West Virginia - 10,000
Indiana - 9,231
Vanderbilt - 8,400
Maryland - 8,319
Wisconsin - 8,204
Memphis - 7,500
Purdue - 7,175
Arizona - 7,100
BYU - 6,500
UConn - 6,500
Colorado - 6,350
Utah State - 6,000
East Carolina - 5,867
Troy - 5,500
Cincinnati - 5,400
North Texas - 5,325
Illinois - 5,105
Minnesota - 5,000
Louisiana Tech - 5,000
Duke - 4,000
Florida Atlantic - 4,000
Baylor - 3,750
Oklahoma State - 2,500
Appalachian State - 2,500
TCU - 2,000
UNLV - 2,000
USF - 2,000
San Jose State - 1,000
Bowling Green - 600
Fresno State - 500
Air Force - 300
Northwestern - too embarrassed to release the number.
Texas A&M - no game; the Tackle Box is being renovated. So, they decided to not have a game. Really? You can't have it at the old Cotton Bowl or something? Missed opportunity; Dumb move.

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