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In what will be just the seventh all-time meeting ever between these already heated rivals, Texas A&M will make the trip to Tuscaloosa's Bryant-Denny Stadium in 2014 to try and avenge last year's home loss to Alabama on Oct. 18 at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Prior to the Aggies' move to the SEC ahead of the 2012 season, the programs had not squared off on the gridiron since 1988, and in the two matchups since then, each squad has stolen a win on the road, often times affecting the state of the final conference standings. The host Crimson Tide will enter the contest a winner in four of the six games played thus far.
Bryant-Denny Stadium Seating Information
The full array of Bryant-Denny Stadium seating for Alabama vs Texas A&M football will be offered for this marquee SEC matchup. Beginning with the areas closest to the field, Lower Level seating is offered in Sections A-N and AA-NN on each sideline, while Sections S1-S8 and N1-N8 are located in each respective end zone. Sections A-R reside on the Alabama side of the field, with sections AA-RR closer to the Texas A&M bench. From there, the venue is broken down into additional areas of seating extending upward, with sideline sections spanning the length of the field, plus limited Upper Level end zone areas. If available, skyboxes and luxury suites let fans indulge in all-you-can-eat catering while watching the game in a climate-controlled environment, but note that quantities may be limited for this contest.
Bryant-Denny Stadium General Information
Oversized bags and chairs with backs larger than a single seat are prohibited inside Bryant-Denny Stadium, as are coolers, any kind of weapon, computers, and flags or banners on poles. Additionally, food and drink must be consumed before entering the stadium. Small personal bags, including purses and diaper bags, will be subject to search at all entrances to the stadium.
Bryant-Denny Stadium Parking Information
Parking is generally available on game day on the east side of campus, including the soccer field, several grass fields, and along 5th Avenue. The Crimson Ride Shuttle Service is a free service that transports ticket-holding guests from outlying parking lots to the stadium.
Bryant-Denny Stadium Gate Times
Bryant-Denny Stadium gates typically open two hours before a game's scheduled kickoff time, though this is subject to change for Alabama-Texas A&M on Oct. 18.