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Alabama Basketball unveils 2023-24 SEC schedule with player-created social media video

On3-Social-Profile_GRAYby:On3 Staff Report09/07/23

The Alabama men’s basketball team has released its full 2023-24 SEC schedule with a video release drop, airing the video on Twitter to reveal the dates and matchups.

The team got creative, having some of the players produce the video. Forward Sam Walters, forward Nick Pringle and guard Ryan Griffen did the honors, putting together a pretty entertaining video slide of sorts, complete with a soundtrack.

You can check out the complete schedule video below.

The Alabama basketball team will already face a brutal non-conference schedule, and the league slate won’t offer much of a reprieve.

Highlighting the list of non-conference are games against Arizona, Clemson, Creighton, Ohio State and Purdue.

All five of those should be marquee matchups on the schedule, with Creighton coming off an Elite Eight appearance during the 2022-23 season. Purdue also reached the NCAA Tournament as a No. 1 seed, but had the unfortunate distinction of being the second No. 1 seed ever to fall to a No. 16 seed. Arizona was a No. 2 seed and also lost in the first round.

Clemson and Ohio State didn’t make the Big Dance last year but had quality teams.

The Tigers finished 23-11, narrowly missing out on the NCAA Tournament. The Buckeyes were a bit further removed from the bubble at 16-19 in coach Chris Holtmann‘s sixth season in charge.

Still, all five games should provide fans with some quality basketball during the non-conference portion of the schedule.

Let’s dive into the full conference schedule that was revealed on Thursday.

Alabama Basketball SEC Schedule 2023-24

Jan. 6 – at Vanderbilt
Jan. 9 – South Carolina
Jan. 13 – at Mississippi State
Jan. 16 – Missouri
Jan. 20 – at Tennessee
Jan. 24 – Auburn
Jan. 27 – LSU
Jan. 31 – at Georgia
Feb. 3 – Mississippi State
Feb. 7 – at Auburn
Feb. 10 – at LSU
Feb. 17 – Texas A&M
Feb. 21 – Florida
Feb. 24 – at Kentucky
Feb. 28 – at Ole Miss
March 2 – Tennessee
March 5 – at Florida
March 9 – Arkansas