The Southeastern Conference Office announced Monday that CBS Sports will televise the Alabama-Tennessee game from Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 2:30 p.m. (CT).
The game will be Alabama's fourth game, and third in a row, on CBS this season. Alabama also played South Carolina, Florida and Ole Miss on CBS this season.
The Tennessee game will mark the Crimson Tide's sixth televised game of the 2005 season. In addition, the Tennessee game will be Alabama's 23rd consecutive televised SEC game, dating back to the 2002 season.
Alabama has compiled a 156-99-5 (.634) record in televised games. The Crimson Tide's 31-3 win over Florida on Oct. 1 was the school's 250th all-time TV game.
Other SEC games to be televised on Saturday, Oct. 22 include Arkansas at Georgia (JP Sports, 11:30 AM, CT) and Auburn at LSU (ESPN or espn2, 6:45 PM, CT).