Stay Tuned, but Where?

The University of Alabama football team's season opener is already sold out, and it will be televised on a pay-per-view basis only. Availability and price varies by area and service provider, and you should check with your satellite or cable provider for detailed information. Here's what we know:

On DirecTV, you should be able to find the game on channel 797. DirecTV lists the price of the game at $29.95 on its web site. The number for pay-per-view ordering for DirecTV is (800) 531-5000.

Dish Network's web site says the Bama-Hawaii game will be on channel 461.

People in Alabama and Hawaii may only order the game by cable, DirecTV and Dish. Outside of those states, they must subscribe to ESPN Game Plan to get the game (in addition to other anticipated Bama pay-per-view games).

Alabama's games are on Sirius satellite radio. The Sirius web site (here) says the game will be on channel 147.

There will be a tape replay at 11 p.m. Saturday night on various TV stations in Alabama and on CSS Sunday afternoon. The list is below:

Comcast Sports Southeast, Sunday 3pm
Fox Sports South, Sunday 3pm
ACN Sports, Saturday 11pm
WOTM-19, Birmingham, Saturday 11pm
WVUA-7, Tuscaloosa, Saturday 11pm
WZDX-54, Huntsville, Saturday 11pm
WPMI-15, Mobile, Saturday 11pm
WDFX-34, Dothan, Saturday 11pm
WTOK-11, Meridian, MS, Saturday 11pm
WYAM-56, Decatur, Saturday 11pm

**Information from Crimson Tide Sports Network Director of Broadcasting Tom Roberts contributed to this report.

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