There are always a ton of interesting stories heading into the college football season, and one of the bigger ones in 2023 is how Alabama will react to a 2022 campaign where they were out of College Football Playoff contention way earlier than usual. Fans wanting to see how the year plays out should look into tickets for the opening game against MTSU and the final home game against UT-Chattanooga, with tickets for both games starting at around $20. Even the mid-season SEC clash with Arkansas has tickets on Immortal Seats for $100, a great price if ‘Bama is successful.
The changes Nick Saban made after 2022 have been swift and decisive. They have to fill holes at quarterback and on the defensive front seven, but that is something a big-time program like ‘Bama deals with every year. The bigger changes see a pair of new co-ordinators working the sideline with Saban, while bedding in the No. 1 recruiting class in the country will be a priority as Georgia has been challenging ‘Bama in terms of getting new players into the system and having them hit the ground running.