The game splits the Alabama team of Coach Mark Gottfried into two separate squads and is played just like a regular game. Designed with the fans and particularly families in mind, admission to this event is free, and, because it's the night before Halloween, this year's event will include a Halloween costume contest at halftime with prizes given to the winners.
Fans are encouraged to bring their cameras because after the game, Mark Gottfried and the Crimson Tide basketball players will host an autograph session where fans can collect autographs and take their pictures with their favorite Tide players and basketball coaches.
Following the Crimson and White game on October 30, Alabama will play an exhibition game against North Alabama on Monday, November 5 at 7 p.m. CT, and then it officially opens its season against Troy on Friday, November 9 at 7:00 p.m.
Fans can order season tickets now by logging on the Tide's official website, www.rolltide.com