When the perfect game is in sight, you can bet Alabama fans will be in for a treat.
The Crimson Tide will host a homecoming game on the Big Ten Network for the first time since 2008.
The game will kick off at 6:30 p.m.
ET with a home-and-home series against Wisconsin, the winner of the Wisconsin-Michigan game.
That game will be broadcast nationally on ESPNU and ABC.
The second game will take place at 4 p.M.
ET, on ESPN2.
The home-coming game will not be televised nationally, but ESPN2 will be able to provide a replay.
The third game will go down at 3 p. M.
ET on ESPN.
This game will air nationally on ABC.
As the Tide heads to Wisconsin on Sept. 1, the team will play at home against Notre Dame for the fifth time this season.
The first homecoming in the series was in 2010, when Alabama defeated Notre Dame 51-16.
This is the first home-opening game in the Big 12 since 2008, when the Crimson Tide hosted Texas Tech for the lone game of the season.
In 2012, Alabama hosted Michigan for the only time in its history in Arlington.