The 2022 season ends Saturday with Nick Saban leading the Alabama Crimson Tide football team on the field in New Orleans as they battle Kansas State for the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
Alabama fans can enjoy one last time with stars Bryce Young and Will Anderson Jr. at Crimson and White, perhaps before moving on to the NFL.
Alabama will play a handful of games on New Year’s Eve against the Kansas Wildcats Big 12 champions.
Despite their smaller stature, Kansas State plays a very physical football, and Alabama will need to tighten their chinstraps to qualify for this game.
Kickoff is here all too soon, so here’s everything you need to know to catch all the action between the Tide and the Wildcats.
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Alabama won’t start inside linebacker Jalen Moody, but otherwise the Tide is relatively healthy.
Player to watch
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Jace McClellan/Jermer Gibbs
Will Anderson Jr.
Will Howard/Adrian Martinez
Felix Anudike Uzoma
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