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Alabama men鈥檚 basketball finalizes 2024-25 non-conference schedule

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Alabama 2024 Non-conference

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. 鈥 The Alabama men's basketball team announced its non-conference schedule for the 2024-25 season Tuesday. The season will officially tip off on Monday, Nov. 4 against UNC Asheville inside Coleman Coliseum.

The Crimson Tide's non-conference slate includes six games at Coleman Coliseum highlighted by a Dec. 14 matchup against Creighton. Away from Tuscaloosa, the Tide will play four opponents who played in the 2024 NCAA Tournament in Houston, Illinois, North Carolina and Purdue.

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2024-25 Schedule Highlights

Of the 13 games during Alabama鈥檚 non-conference schedule, the Tide will face seven opponents who participated in the NCAA Tournament last season

Five of Alabama鈥檚 opponents in its non-conference schedule are ranked in ESPN鈥檚 Way-Too-Early Top 25 in No. 4 Houston, No. 10 North Carolina, No. 14 Creighton, No. 15 Purdue and No. 25 Rutgers

Nine of Alabama鈥檚 opponents won 20 games or more last season including three teams that reached 30 wins

The Tide will face Houston, North Carolina and Purdue, who were all No. 1 seeds in the 2024 NCAA Tournament

Alabama will begin the season playing its first three games at Coleman Coliseum

The Crimson Tide will play in four neutral site games, highlighted with Illinois in Birmingham for the C.M. Newton Classic

The Tide will spend Thanksgiving weekend in Las Vegas, Nev., at the Players Era Festival against Houston and will face either Notre Dame or Rutgers in the second game

The non-conference schedule features eight different conferences

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