Saturday’s contest will cap off the 2020 regular season for the Crimson Tide
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama returned to the practice field Monday for the first time since Saturday’s 55-17 win at LSU, working for two hours in shells at the Thomas-Drew Practice Fields this afternoon.
Alabama and Arkansas will meet for the 31st time on Saturday. The Crimson Tide leads the all-time series, 23-7-0 (20-8 NCAA), and won last year’s meeting, 48-7, in Tuscaloosa on the University’s Homecoming. Alabama has won the last 13 meetings between the two schools, including a 65-31 finish on the Tide’s last trip to Fayetteville in 2018. Alabama head coach Nick Saban is 16-2 (15-2 NCAA) in his career against Arkansas, including a 13-0 mark (12-0 NCAA) at Alabama. Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman is in his first season as a head coach and has not faced the Crimson Tide.