Another exciting weekend of college football is upon us. All the teams of local interest are back in action again Saturday.
Alabama is in the big game again this weekend as they travel to Fayetteville, AR to take on a Razorback team eager to redeem themselves after a tough loss at home last week.
The weather could certainly play a role in this game. If you're travelling with the Tide, make sure you pack the necessary rain gear. Tailgating before the game could be wet and some of that rain may continue into kickoff Saturday afternoon.
Auburn is hoping that their first home game of the season will help turn the season around and bring the first victory of the fall. It won't be an easy task though as Louisiana-Monroe, the same team that knocked off Arkansas last week, will be coming into Jordan-Hare stadium with a lot of confidence.
The weather's a guaranteed winner for the game. Partly to mostly sunny skies are expected for the game. It will be warm throughout with low 80s at kickoff and mid 80s by the 4th quarter. Don't forget the sunscreen!
Tennessee is looking to re-establish itself this season as a force in the SEC East. A victory over Florida would be a step in that direction.
A few showers are possible at kickoff in Neyland Staduim Saturday evening, but the chance for rain is only 20%. Dry weather is a pretty good bet for the 4th quarter. Temperatures will be in the 70s most of the game.
Alabama A&M is off to a good start this year and hoping to make it 3-in-a-row with a victory over Prairie View this weekend. The weather should be fairly quiet with just a 10% chance of a shower at kickoff. Temperatures in the low 80s at kickoff will drop back into the mid 70s by the 4th quarter.
UNA takes on Kentucky Christian at home Saturday evening. The weather should be quiet for this game as well with just a slim shower chance at kickoff. Temperatures remain mild with low 80s at the start of the game and mid 70s heading into the 4th quarter.
Hope your favorite teams win!
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