First game I can remember to this day was 1971 Tenn game. First play of the game: Terry Davis to Wayne Wheeler for 80 yard Td.
I dont remember my first game.. I dont remember ever not watching Bama games.
Touch that thang fo!-- Courtney Upshaw
I'm pretty sure I was still in diapers watching my first Bama game on tv. First game attended? Sometime in the 80's against Florida-relatives could hear me yell "Get 'em, Bama" across the field.
Dad took me to see the NC State game in 1961 our first championship year under Bryant. I was immediately enthralled as soon as the band play the fight song because my kindergarten teachers daughter played in the band and I had a "crush" on her... lol
I remember the game vividly to this day and it basically changed my life forever.
The first game I watched on television was Bama versus Geronimo in 1868. Verne Lundquist was the announcer.
The Sugar Bowl following the 1973 season is the first I can remember because my dad didn't stop griping about it until Jimmy Carter got elected and he had something new to gripe about.
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As many times as this these threads get started, they always seem popular...
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Alabama vs Richmond in 1961. It was an epic beat down (66- 0). I still enjoy those today!
I think it was Penn State '89. The goal line stand and blocked fg.
Mine was the 1969 Alabama-Ole Miss broadcast. I was six, and as it was a night game, I was only allowed to stay up for kickoff. Mom wrote the final score on a notecard, leaving it on my nightstand so I could wake up happy. I'm not sure what she'd have done had Alabama lost. It's a good memory - wish I'd kept the note...