On Monday it was announced that Florida was the loser in the draw of the mid-day game that is part of the Southeastern Conference's television package. Lincoln Financial Network has the 11:30 Central Time slot. Florida and Western Kentucky will play before the L-F cameras on September 1.
Director of Athletics Mal Moore announced late Tuesday that Alabama's game against Western Carolina on September 1 will be produced by the Crimson Tide Sports Network for pay-per-view distribution with kickoff set for 6:07 p.m. CDT.
CTSN's pay-per-view telecast will be anchored by the network's Chris Stewart, who will be joined in the booth by former Tide quarterback Tyler Watts with sideline reports from Barry Krauss.
Fans will be able to order the Crimson Tide Pay-Per-View telecasts through their local cable company. The game also will be available on DirecTV and the Dish Network.
Alabama will appear on the Lincoln Financial broadcast the second week of the season when the Tide goes to Nashville to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores at 11:30 a.m. CDT on September 8.