Alabama will have 18 games on its league slate in addition to the non-conference schedule, which was announced earlier.
The Crimson Tide, which closes its non-conference slate with four consecutive home games, will open the league slate at Coleman Coliseum when it hosts Texas A&M on Jan. 7 on the SEC Network. It will be the first time an Alabama team has played five consecutive home games since playing eight consecutive home games during the 2008-09 campaign.
Following that game, Bama will begin its SEC road schedule with a back-to-back away games when it travels to Tennessee on Jan. 10 (SEC Network), following by a contest at South Carolina on Jan. 14 (SEC Network).
The Tide will then play three of its next four games at Coleman Coliseum – a stretch that includes home games against Kentucky on Jan. 17 (ESPN/ESPN2), Auburn on Jan. 24 (SEC Network) and Florida on Jan. 27 (ESPN). Other home conference games include Missouri (Feb. 4, SEC Network), Vanderbilt (Feb. 14, ESPNU), Georgia (Feb. 21, ESPN/ESPN2), South Carolina (Feb. 24, SEC Network) and Ole Miss (March 4, SEC Network).
Alabama’s road schedule includes contests at Arkansas (Jan. 22, ESPN/ESPN2), Kentucky (Jan. 31, SEC Network), LSU (Feb. 7, ESPN/ESPN2), Mississippi State (Feb. 10, SEC Network), Auburn (Feb. 17, ESPNU), Vanderbilt (Feb. 28, FSN) and Texas A&M (March 7, FSN).
The 2015 SEC Basketball Tournament will be held March 11-15 in Nashville, Tenn. The SEC Network will televise the first three days of the event, while the semifinals and championship game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN.