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Another year, another championship celebration for the University of Alabama. Nearly two weeks after the Crimson Tide defeated Georgia in the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship, they will be honored on Saturday with a victory party at the school’s campus in Tuscaloosa.
With a 26-23 overtime win over the Bulldogs on Jan. 8, Alabama won its fifth national championship in the past nine seasons and 17th in school history.
Other guests in attendance will include College Football Playoff executive director Bill Hancock, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey, AFCA executive director Gary Darnell and Alabama athletic director Greg Byrne.
Casagrande also noted fans will have access to 10,000 free posters and another 10,000 free promotional items handed out in and around the stadium.
Alabama National Championship parade 2018 Live Stream in Tuscaloosa, Ala. It will be aired live. For the fifth time in nine years, Alabama will have a national championship celebration. The parade will begin at Denny Chimes before a program will be held on the north steps of Bryant-Denny Stadium at the Walk of Champions.
The parade will conclude at the Walk of Champions with a ceremony on the top steps of the Bryant-Denny Stadium North End Zone that will be emceed by Chris Stewart. The Crimson Tide will be presented with their CFP National Championship Trophy, the AFCA Amway Coaches Trophy and the Allstate Sugar Bowl trophy.
The celebration will extend to the north steps of Bryant-Denny Stadium where the various championship trophies will be presented. Alabama won its fifth national title in nine years with a second-half comeback over Georgia.
Saban matched Bear Bryant with his sixth overall national title, most among major college coaches. The Tide almost did not receive a bid for its fourth consecutive entry into the College Football Playoffs. Alabama failed to win the Southeastern Conference Western Division thanks to a regular season-ending loss to Auburn.
Fans outside of Alabama who don’t want to see the Crimson Tide celebrating again next year might be in for a difficult 2018.
Stars like wide receiver Calvin Ridley, defensive backs Ronnie Harrison and Minkah Fitzpatrick, running back Bo Scarbrough and defensive tackle Da’Ron Payne have declared for the NFL draft, leaving Alabama with significant holes to fill.