College Stadium Review: Coleman Coliseum

The University of Alabama competes in more than just football. The Tide has a great basketball tradition too. They have sent many players to the NBA such a Latrell Sprewell, Mo Williams, T.R. Dunn, Derrick McKey. Gerald Wallace and JaMychal Green.

Coleman Coliseum

Coleman Coliseum is one of the bigger arenas in the SEC, holding over 15,000 screaming Tide fans for Bama home games.

The Tide begins the 2015-16 season with a new head coach in former NBA standout point guard and head coach Avery Johnson. Johnson has already landed a five-star recruit in the off season and is looking to return the Tide to the top of the SEC this year.
Alabama plays at Coleman Coliseum which opened in 1968. Coleman Coliseum is one of the bigger arenas in the SEC, holding over 15,000 screaming Tide fans for Bama home games. Coleman can be a very loud place to play when the Tide is rolling.
Enjoy your favorite concession items while you watch exciting SEC basketball this season such as chicken tenders, burgers, pizza, fries and Coke products as you watch in comfort while Alabama hoops it up on the hardwood.
After the game you can visit The Strip where you can get a bite to eat at Dreamland BBQ or any of the other great places to eat and drink.
The Tide home schedule will include Oregon, Kentucky, LSU, Tennessee, Missouri and Auburn. With those great home games on the schedule you will want to get your tickets now. Come and see a game at Coleman Coliseum this season. Or come and see them all! Do not miss out on the SEC basketball action this season!
image courtesy of rolltide.com

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