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college Home > college Alabama vs. Oklahoma Live Stream: Free Sugar Bowl TV Schedule & Prediction By Brian Ethridge - Posted: 01/01/14 10:56AM EST inShare Alabama Alabama hopes to defeat Sooners (Photo: Creative Commons) It is that time of year again, folks! It's time for the college football bowl season and today we have a ton of fun games for your viewing pleasure. One of those great games will take place at 8:30 p.m. ET at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans when the Oklahoma Sooners and the Alabama Crimson Tide face off in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. The game will be shown on most television sets on ESPN However, if you are unable to watch the game on TV, you can catch the live stream by clicking here.
The Alabama Crimson Tide come into this game as the No. 3 team in the country with a overall record of 11 wins and just one loss. They finished the regular season with a 7-1 record in the SEC. The No. 11 ranked Oklahoma Sooners have an overall record of 10 wins and just two losses. They are 7-2 in the Big 12 conference. For a long time people speculated that Nick Saban would leave Alabama to become the new head coach of the Texas Longhorns. Instead, he signed an extension with the Crimson Tide and will be sticking around in Alabama for a while. "I don't have any more reactions to it. I think it's kind of over so why do we want to talk about that?" Saban said. "We look forward. I'm looking forward. I made a commitment to our players that are here and I'm happy to be committed to them and I want them to make the same kind of commitment to the program and to their future success."