Zach Arnett and the Mississippi State Bulldogs are seeking a shocking statement win. Here’s how to watch Mississippi State football vs. Alabama Crimson Tide.
For the first time in his career as a head coach, Mississippi State football’s Zach Arnett gets the distinct and thrilling pleasure of facing off against Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide. And unfortunately for Arnett and the Mississippi State football team, the Bulldogs are struggling and trying to find some identity on both sides of the ball.
This isn’t exactly the game that you want to do that in.
Alabama looks vulnerable, relatively speaking, but the Crimson Tide have a ton of talent collected on that sideline and Saban is one of the greatest coaches to lead a college football program. Beating the Crimson Tide is a rare feat for anyone and it’s especially rare for the Bulldogs.
Winning this game won’t be easy. So here’s to hoping for something that resembles a miracle as MSU faces off against Alabama.
How to watch Mississippi State football vs. Alabama Crimson Tide
The Crimson Tide are coming to town and are set to face off against Miss. State at 6 p.m. at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville. The Bulldogs have a 2-2 record, but are at the bottom of the SEC West right now and are winless against SEC teams. Meanwhile, Alabama is 3-1 and 1-0 in SEC play after handling the Ole Miss Rebels last weekend.
Mississippi State vs. Alabama schedule, kickoff time, location
- Who: Mississippi State Bulldogs (2-2, 0-2 SEC) vs. Alabama (3-1, 1-0 SEC)
- When: 8 p.m., September 30, 2023
- Where: Davis Wade Stadium at Scott Field on MSU’s campus in Starkville, Mississippi
Miss. State football vs. Alabama TV channel, live stream information
Because this is an Alabama football game, it’s going to get a lot of viewers. And because it’s going to get a lot of viewers, the folks at the World Wide Leader in sports put the game on ESPN for everyone to see.
MSU Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide: ESPN broadcast crew
With ESPN coming to Starkville, these fine folks will be involved in helping broadcast the game.
- Mark Jones
- Rod Gilmore
- Quint Kessenich
Mississippi State is seeking a signature win. Being able to beat the Crimson Tide would definitely win over a lot of supporters for Arnett and MSU offensive coordinator Kevin Barbay. But we’ll see if that happens.